Sight seeing: London street photography – in pictures
Our capital city does not lack raw visual material for the sharp-eyed photographer, as demonstrated by these images from the Contemporary London Street Photography exhibition
a top-hatted man passes a workman pushing a crate...
a top-hatted man passes a workman pushing a crate of beer, highlighting britain’s social contrasts, ascot, england, 1975 © ian berry/ magnum photos
Анри Картье-Брессон (часть 3)
Анри Картье-Брессон - один из самых выдающихся фотографов. Его работы являются некой иконой для некоторых современных фотграфов. Брессон мог позволить себе нарушать любые правила композиции кадра и тут же, его начинали копировать, тем самым создавая некие новые правила.…
‘Untitled - March 1999’, Hannah Starkey, 1999 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Untitled - March 1999’, Hannah Starkey, 1999 Hannah Starkey has described her photographs as exploring 'women's lives through their everyday interactions'. In her staged scenes, actresses and other hired models re-enact ostensibly insignificant and banal moments, of the kind that often go unnoticed in daily life. By freezing such moments in time, Starkey hopes to elevate them above the mundane and create lasting allegories for modern life. Her carefully planned and directed…
American Colour 1962-1965 - Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones | LensCulture
A brilliant new book presents a carefully edited selection of previously unpublished Tony Ray-Jones colour photographs from the earliest period of his work, all made in the United States.