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Threshold Concept 7

Resources to support discussion of TC7: Photographs are not fixed in meaning; context is everything
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View down subway car with blind accordionist performing in Aisle | by Walker Evans, New York City, c.1938 Famous Street Photographers, Great Photographers, Lee Friedlander, David Lachapelle, Missouri, Diane Arbus, Walker Evans Photography, Connecticut, New York City Photos
View down subway car with blind accordionist performing in Aisle | by Walker Evans, New York City, c.1938
The Ongoing Moment by Geoff Dyer http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0857864017/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_HRn1wb18G17PH History Of Photography, Book Photography, American Academy Of Art, Alfred Stieglitz, Black And White Illustration, Dyer, Book Addict, Nonfiction Books, Book Design
The Ongoing Moment: A Book About Photographs
The Ongoing Moment by Geoff Dyer http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0857864017/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_HRn1wb18G17PH
Paul Strand - Blind Woman, New York  (1916). Strand tricked his subjects by mounting a fake lens on his camera at a 90 degree angle and capturing unflinching reality. He believed in socio political reforms and used photography to influence. Even though the blind sign is so visible, ones eyes draws to the prominence to the face. Strand believed even in that misery, her was face was full of nobility. American Photography, Modern Photography, Portrait Photography, Practical Photography, Social Photography, College Photography
Paul Strand - Blind Woman, New York (1916). Strand tricked his subjects by mounting a fake lens on his camera at a 90 degree angle and capturing unflinching reality. He believed in socio political reforms and used photography to influence. Even though the blind sign is so visible, ones eyes draws to the prominence to the face. Strand believed even in that misery, her was face was full of nobility.
Hayley Coles, June 17th, 2006. Photographer Trish Morrissey sets up the shot and takes the place of one of the women, after whom the work is titled. Contemporary Art, Self Portrait Photography, Portrait Photographers, Narrative Photography, Group Photography
Trish Morrissey
Hayley Coles, June 17th, 2006. Photographer Trish Morrissey sets up the shot and takes the place of one of the women, after whom the work is titled.