From severed legs in 1920s Paris to a London flea market in the 80s, via Henry Moore’s elephant skull and Cecil Beaton’s desk, a new show of the Hungarian legend’s work – the first to focus solely on his European photography – spans 60 years and is full of never-before-seen shots
I had the great pleasure of meeting Robert Harding Pittman two weeks ago at Photolucida and seeing his stellar prints of a project that makes us consider the changing topography of landscape as new construction places its damaging stamp on virgin terrain. Through his project, ANONYMIZATION, Robert artfully captures suburban and urban sprawl around the…
Rugged men posing on boulders, butchers standing proudly in front of huge carcasses –Richard J Arnold pictures radiate the bygone American west. But rather than creating authentic portraits, he was an early master of retouching – and the boulders were fake
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