New Years Eve 1969 Grand Central Station

Interesting historical photos, part 6

Thank goodness I was not like this on New Year's Eve! Leonard Freed - New Year’s Eve, Grand Central Station, NYC, 1969

DD: Are there any photographers who inspire your work?  Lukasz Wierzbowski: I always admired the work of Guy Bourdin, Wolfgang Tillmans or William Eggleston, but there are also many images floating around the web that become my personal favourites. The Internet is a tricky place, and sometimes it feels like everything has already been shown or done. It's filled with huge amounts of images that, instead of pleasure, gives you headache.

Lukasz Wierzbowski

DD: Are there any photographers who inspire your work? Lukasz Wierzbowski: I always admired the work of Guy Bourdin, Wolfgang Tillmans or William Egglesto

in the sky

Blue Balloons Blue Sky Spencer Finch, Sky (over Coney Island, November Southwest view of the Cyclone)

Wolfgang Tillmans  Concorde Grid

Framing the view: six artists reveal how they choose landscapes

From glimpses of Concorde to the sea seen through a lighthouse prism – artists such as Wolfgang Tillmans and Tacita Dean describe how they select and crop landscapes

EDWARD BURTYNSKY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/edward-burtynsky/ #EdwardBurtynsky #photography

Edward Burtynsky Exposes the Life-Cycle of Oil in a Stunning Exhibition

Air Force "Bone Yard" at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson. It's really odd to see.I've been there.

Rut Blees Luxemburg » Photo Forager

Enges Bretterhaus/Narrow Stage, 1998 by Rut Blees Luxemburg © Rut Blees Luxemburg. All rights reserved, DACS 2017

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Exhibition: Photography presents the work of William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Ryan McGinley, Martin Parr, Terry Richardson and Stephen Shore Location: Aperture Gallery West

Dark Art: Dark Art: Edward Burtynsky's Oil.

Dark art: Edward Burtynsky's photographs of the oil industry – in pictures

Edward Burtynsky has spent 15 years photographing oil – from the fields where it is sourced, to the cars it powers, to the detritus it leaves behind

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