Photography

The Days of the Untitled Mona

The Days of the Untitled Mona The transformation from the everyday person into a supreme being   DAY 7   The Mono Lisa: Politics of Sexuality By Pauline Joelle Panetta Edited by Dorothy Louise Zinn The object of analysis central to this essay is Cynthia...

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Legacy: Lucien Clergue

Legacy: Lucien Clergue

At the age of nineteen, he managed to meet Pablo Picasso and show his work. Leaving the Arles bullfighting arena, Lucien Clergue summoned his courage and approached the then 62-year-old Pablo Picasso to show him his photographs.  Clergue worked for the next two years to prepare a portfolio to impress the master.  His photos of Provence and postwar ruins led to a five hour conversation with Picasso in Cannes in 1955 when Picasso promised to design a cover for Clergue’s first book as well as a poster for his first exhibition.  While the poster was too provocative for the organizers to use, this meeting resulted in a lifelong friendship until Picasso’s death.

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Brittany Markert Revisited

  May 14th 2019 vs March 18th 2015 1. May 14th, 2019 “ It is no longer about myself or my camera, today I choose to show up.’  2. March 18th, 2015 “ I looked in the mirror and realized everything I needed was right in front of me, myself and my camera. Anything is...

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Graciela Iturbide: 50 Years of Photography

The eldest of 13 children born in 1942 in Mexico City to a traditional Mexican family, Graciela Iturbide got her first camera at age 11, inspired by the photographs her father had taken. Iturbide had not begun as a still photographer.  She had originally enrolled in film school at the Centro de Estudios Cinematográficos at the Universidad Nacional Autónama de México but was drawn to still photography when she met Manuel Alvarez Bravo, who was teaching there.  He became her mentor and she assisted him on a number of photographic shoots throughout Mexico. Iturbide was viewed as the natural successor to Manuel Alvarez Bravo. It was Bravo who told her, “There is always time for the pictures you want.” His work influenced her until his death at age 100 in 2002.

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Martino Marangoni/Photography

Rebuilding / My Days in New York 1959-2018 by Martino Marangoni Publisher: The Eriskay Connection (December 18, 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 9492051346 ISBN-13: 978-9492051349 Paperback: 240 pages Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.6 x 10.9 inches € 40.00 € 45.00/Signed...

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Stéphane Vereecken \ Photographer Interview

Stéphane Vereecken \ Photographer Interview

Q: When did you first realize you had creative talents as a artist?

A: I started at a very young age to no longer take Fine Arts courses and I digested all those artists who are part of the history of the Fine Arts. When I realized that one medium was not enough for me and that I needed to experience them all, I realized that I needed to say things with my art…

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