Initially, I discovered Ova's work while both of us where participating to the Street Photography Now Project back in 2010. Therefore when I had the opportunity to spend a weekend in Buenos Aires last month, I contacted him ...
In 1955, Marc Riboud left for what was to become a three-year trip east, vers l’orient, traveling to Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, China, Japan… Thirty years old, Henri Cartier-Bresson became a mentor during that time. “I often found letters from Henri waiting for me at General Delivery in Kabul, in Jaipur, in Madras, in Ahmedabad, or in some Indonesian city whose name I forget.”
"Berlin is dedicating a first major retrospective to Meret Oppenheim to mark the centenary of the famous artist's birth here on 6 October 2013. [...]
The exhibition will show the whole spectrum of Meret Oppenheim’s oeuvre, which in its independence and diversity is still a pioneering force even today. Following Oppenheim's artistic method, who kept returning to specific motifs over long periods of time and subjected them to new treatment, the show runs a course through the ever-densifying themes in a cross-section of the artist's creative periods: magic objects, dream scenes and myths, depictions of the invisible, cadavre-exquis and play as an artistic method, the search for identity, metamorphoses between the sexes, between human being and animal, nature and civilization..."
The Cuban-born photographer visited the Art Institute prior to the installation of Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door. This exhibition, the first retrospective of his photographs in 15 years, features over 100 works made from 1986 to the present, including many newer color photographs never exhibited before.
Since his teen years, Hoshi has been obsessed by the nightlife of the urban entertainment districts of Tokyo; the vulgar neon signs, the dark trash-filled alleys, and the backdrop of human drama taking place both inside and outside the clubs and bars. Haruto Hoshi was born 1970 in Kanagawa and educated at Contemporary Photography Research Institute.
Patrizia Fusi and I met while I was a student at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and she was a study abroad student from Rome, Italy. I had the opportunity to get to know her as her friend and student mentor.
Brief Encounters, a 2012 documentary directed by Ben Shapiro, follows acclaimed photographer Gregory Crewdson’s decade-long quest to create a series of haunting, surreal and stunningly elaborate portraits of small-town American life — a depiction of a disturbing and imperfect world. Crewdson’s fascinating photographs are elaborately staged, well-designed narratives compressed into a single image. Many of them taken at twilight, set in small towns of Western Massachusetts or meticulously recreated interior spaces, built on the kind of sound stages associated with big-budget movies.
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