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Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi http://www.nomart.co.jp/nakanishi/information.html

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi http://www.nomart.co.jp/nakanishi/information.html

Foreword: The Photograph as Contemporary Art, by Melinda Gibson by Aaron Schuman September 2012

Foreword: The Photograph as Contemporary Art, by Melinda Gibson by Aaron Schuman September 2012

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

that print! 'for rest' by one must dash   www.lab333.com  https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863  http://www.labs333style.com  www.lablikes.tumblr.com  www.pinterest.com/labstyle

For rest print

that print! 'for rest' by one must dash www.lab333.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 http://www.labs333style.com www.lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Dear Photograph,    I learned to walk on that bridge and now my son begins his journey.    Ioic

Dear Photograph, I learned to walk on that bridge and now my son begins his journey. Ioic

Ernst Haas. A view from a moving car as it passes the Western Skies Motel in stormy weather, Colorado, USA, March 1977. Mountains can be seen reflected in the wing mirror.

Ernst Haas

Ernst Haas. A view from a moving car as it passes the Western Skies Motel in stormy weather, Colorado, USA, March 1977. Mountains can be seen reflected in the wing mirror.

Lee Friedlander, Wilmington, Delaware, 1965. Inscribed ‘Dec. 1966/to Ayala/This is how I look wearing any shadow/Lee’

Lee Friedlander, Wilmington, Delaware, 1965. Inscribed ‘Dec. 1966/to Ayala/This is how I look wearing any shadow/Lee’


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"Everyone carries a shadow. It is what makes us human. It contains all the parts of ourselves that we have tried to hide or deny. Whatever doesn’t fit into the idealized image we have of ourselves, or the expectations our family and culture has for us, we banish into shadow. Poet and author Robert Bly calls the shadow the “long bag we drag behind us.”-Leigh Pobst(© François Fontaine )

"Everyone carries a shadow. It is what makes us human. It contains all the parts of ourselves that we have tried to hide or deny. Whatever doesn’t fit into the idealized image we have of ourselves, or the expectations our family and culture has for us, we banish into shadow. Poet and author Robert Bly calls the shadow the “long bag we drag behind us.”-Leigh Pobst(© François Fontaine )

François Fontaine discusses his “Silenzio!” series that will be exhibited at Paris Photo: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/francois-fontaine-silenzio/  A live Twitter chat in French with François will take place in 30 minutes (15:00 CET)! Use #LeicaChat to participate.

François Fontaine discusses his “Silenzio!” series that will be exhibited at Paris Photo: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/francois-fontaine-silenzio/ A live Twitter chat in French with François will take place in 30 minutes (15:00 CET)! Use #LeicaChat to participate.

Ernst Haas, Colour Proof at Les Douches la Galerie, Paris

Ernst Haas brought the post-war world to life with his pioneering colour film work...

We recently discussed the work of Lee Friedlander at the Miami Street Photography Club. I really like Friedlander's photographs specially his use of reflections on windows .This post has some of my...

Lee Friedlander: Reflections of the street

We recently discussed the work of Lee Friedlander at the Miami Street Photography Club. I really like Friedlander's photographs specially his use of reflections on windows .This post has some of my...