In The Context Of Contemporary Photography at...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Bielefeld graphic artist and photographer, Carl Strüwe (1898–1988) counts as one of the pioneers of artistic micro photography. See on contemporaryartdaily.com
Arno Rafael Minkkinen
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Personal website of artist Arno Rafael Minkkinen… See on arno-rafael-minkkinen.com
JOE DEAL (1947-2010)
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Joe Deal chose to photograph places irrevocably marred by human hands, landscapes most people would consider unreedemably ugly. Indeed! Ugly photos but much admired. See on blog.sfmoma.org
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Robert Doisneau’s Contact Sheets
Yesterday, Google celebrated Robert Doisneau’s centenary (100th anniversary of his birth) with a doodle. Also, there was an interview in Doisneau in that marvelous series, Contacts. Via iconicphotos.wordpress.com
Fabulous from Agence VU in France. Well worth a look at the site. Via agencevu.com
'Naked Before the Camera': Nudes at the...
Daily Beast ‘Naked Before the Camera’: Nudes at the Metropolitan Museum —The Met is turning over a new leaf with “Naked Before the Camera,” a racy exhibit of nude photography for the notoriously tasteful institution. What?? But this museum has always put racy pictures on it’s doorstep .. What about all the naked men on those Greek urns? Via thedailybeast.com
Margaret Bourke White 1904 -1971
Margaret Bourke White 1904 – 1971 — the only American photographer in the Soviet Union in 1941 while the battle for Moscow raged. During her unique career, Bourke-White was torpedoed in the Mediterranean, strafed by the Luftwaffe, stranded on an Arctic island, bombarded in Moscow, and pulled out of the Chesapeake when her chopper crashed. She was the first Western photographer to document...
Mise en boîte | 19/07/2009 | From the portfolio of French photographer Richard Vantielcke Via pinterest.com
Zeeland Bridge by Kees Smans
Photo portfolio of Kees Smans on 500px is nice! Via 500px.com
Portraits by Lee Jeffries
Lee Jeffries: He’s produced a haunting set of black-and-white portraits of people living on the streets of Europe and the U.S. Every face is shown in incredible detail and is full of emotion. English Via urbanist.fr
N O N S P A C E - Emily Grundon
Emily Grundon has shot a series of photographs, which look at the architectural details and intricacies of the spaces in which art is displayed and exhibited. In Nonspace she highlights the little things most of us would miss when we are in a museum or art gallery. Busy encountering a space in it’s intended purpose we often miss the most interesting or telling details. These photos capture light...
Bonni Benrubi Gallery - Matthew Pillsbury -...
Matthew Pillsbury Fausto, Washington Square Park (2011) archival pigment ink print signed, titled and dated 19 x 13” Edition of 20, $2,200-$3,000 40 x 30” Edition of 10, $5,000-$9,000 60 x 50” Edition of 3, $10,000-$15,000 Via bonnibenrubi.com
Helmut Newton, the 1975 interview | La Lettre de...
In 1975, while working as a young journalist at PHOTO magazine, I had the privilege of interviewing Helmut. He was recovering from a heart attack in New York that had turned his life upside down. Via lalettredelaphotographie.com
Helmut Newton's Leggy Nudes March Through Grand...
Helmut Newton’s Leggy Nudes Grand Palais Paris: “Some people say photography is an art. Mine is not.” Via businessweek.com
Martine Franck, 100 portraits | La Lettre de la...
In the early 1960’s, Martine Franck began taking pictures of artists and writers. Via lalettredelaphotographie.com
Pierre Gonnord : Relatos at Hasted Kraeutler
Pierre Gonnord discusses his first US exhibition, Relatos at Hasted Kraeutler a Contemporary Photography Gallery in New York. Via youtube.com
Hasted Kraeutler :: Contemporary Art Gallery in...
Now showing BIG ELEPHANTS by Nick Brandt who is in no way related to Bill Brandt. Hasted Hunt Kraeutler, Contemporary Photography Gallery in New York.Ok so the show is actually cslled ‘On this earth, a shadow falls’ Via hastedkraeutler.com
Herb Ritts, In Retrospect - Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair — HERB RITTS, In Retrospect —“In the late 1970s, the mostly self-taught, Los Angeles–based photographer Herb Ritts stumbled upon success, after his impromptu images of his longtime friend Richard Gere—taken at a California gas station… A must read!! Via vanityfair.com
10 Photographers You Should Ignore
For some peculiar reason this article is tagged in the humour category. Via wired.com
Elliott Wilcox at Bau-Xi Gallery Contemporary Fine...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Elliott Wilcox Real Tennis 02- Edition of 10 + 2 A.Ps presented by Bau-Xi Gallery Contemporary Fine Art… Via bau-xiphoto.com
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Sophie Calle uses disturbing personal details of her life—and sometimes she appropriates “inappropriate” details of other people’s lives, whether they know it or not—as the raw materialof her work. It is sensational, in a way. Via interviewmagazine.com
David Douglas Duncan – Picasso's photographer
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers An idea hatched years earlier with Robert Capa gave a former war reporter intimate access to the legendary artist… Via guardian.co.uk
Classic rock images to show at Annenberg Space for...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Annenberg Space for Photography will bring the exhibit “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present” to its space in Century City in June. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers an advance look. Via latimesblogs.latimes.com
Josef Koudelka reveal the secrets behind their...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Based on an idea by William Klein - Taken from Contacts, Vol. 1 The Great Tradition of Photojournalism The world’s greatest photographers reveal the secrets … Another must see video! Via youtube.com
FotoFest 2012 Biennial - Fine Print Auction
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Russian contemporary photos at Fotofest 2012 in Houseton look interesting. Via ff2012.hexagroup.com
Black and white pictures capture the lives of...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers “These fascinating black and white pictures taken by photographer John Thompson show the reality of existence in the 1800s when photography was in its infancy. In 1876 he set out with writer Adolphe Smith and together the pair spoke to people and the shots were later published in magazine, Street Life in London.” Via dailymail.co.uk
Saul Leiter in Hamburg
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers HAMBURG - With the first retrospective of photographer Saul Leiter at the Deichtorhallen, The Flo Peters Gallery is showing some of his images. Leiter made an enormous contribution to photography – his abstracted forms and compositions have an almost painterly quality. Via flopetersgallery.com