Scanography and Photograms

Collection by Olivia Elgazar

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Olivia Elgazar
"Fotogramm" by László Moholy-Nagy, 1925 Fotógrafo, cineasta e pintor do movimento Bauhaus. A Level Photography, History Of Photography, Art Photography, Experimental Photography, Advanced Photography, Levitation Photography, Exposure Photography, Vintage Photography, Man Ray

The First Art Newspaper on the Net

The First Art Newspaper on the Net, art daily,art news,artdaily, daily art, art, art newspaper, Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography, Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs, Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 360 Images, 3D Images, Last Week,Art dealer and collector Vincent Vallarino discusses a fine historical example of bringing Americans together, Christie's announces highlights included in…

Photo by Floris Neusüss - München; Artistic Photography, Film Photography, Experimental Photography, Nature Photography, Des Femmes D Gitanes, Alternative Photography, Lights Fantastic, Cyanotype, London Photos

Strawberige

- William Eggleston - Untitled (Election Eve), 1976 Greenwood (The Red Ceiling), 1973 Untitled (Feet on earth road), c.1970–73 Untitled (Blue ceiling), 1970-73 Untitled (Freezer), Memphis, Tennessee, early 1970s Untitled, Windsor Ruins, Mississippi, early 1980s Biloxi, Mississippi, 1972 Southern Suite, 1981 Ancient to Modern Untitled, 1969–74 For Now cover Untitled, Los Angeles, late 1990s Untitled, 2 and 1/4 Untitled, 1695-68, from Los Alamos Untitled, 1970-73 Untitled, Memphis, Tennessee…

Some of the most amazing photography doesn’t use a camera at all. These incredible images were produced using ancient methods – no lenses required. Dark Room Photography, A Level Photography, Experimental Photography, Popular Photography, Free Photography, Photography Classes, Photography Projects, Digital Photography, Amazing Photography

Camera-Free Photography: 30 Photogram & Pinhole Photos

Some of the most amazing photography doesn’t use a camera at all. These incredible images were produced using ancient methods – no lenses required.

 Forty-one image series of Silver print photograms by Maria Martinez-Canas : hand-stitched dust sculptures by Kim Brown. Dust was collected at MOCA Miami. Photography Projects, Photography Portfolio, Art Photography, Abstract Illustration, Abstract Art, Artsy Photos, Monochrom, One Image, Light Painting

Forty-one image series of Silver print photograms by Maria Martinez-Canas with hand-stitched dust sculptures by Kim Brown. Dust was collected at MOCA Miami. #12.