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Peter Granser photographs the works of a Bolivian self-taught architect

Peter Granser photographs the works of a Bolivian self-taught architect | Communication design | Scoop.it

Initiative is a key word to describe _El Alto_, the recent publication by Peter Granser. As a self-taught photographer, Peter’s perspective on the work of Freddy Mamani Silvestre, additionally a self-taught architect, is a true representation of independent inventiveness.


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Death of Marc Riboud ( 1923 - 2016 )

Death of Marc Riboud ( 1923 - 2016 ) | Communication design | Scoop.it

Marc Riboud died yesterday. In fact, the last recent years Marc was not living in the same world as we are. Marc was one of the living legend of Magnum and the Golden Age of the Photojournalism. He has now in Perpignan for Visa pour L'image a beautiful exhibition ; here it is. Later this fall we will devote one day of l'Oeil de la photographie to his incredible life and work.


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How a print mag’s front page retains its power in a digital age

How a print mag’s front page retains its power in a digital age | Communication design | Scoop.it

While it's clear print is here to stay a little longer, the debate has recently shifted towards how we ensure it does by innovating approaches to magazine-making. Gym Class Magazine has continually touted the magazines that push the format and in its latest issue, which came out last week, one article discusses how publications are using the power of magazine covers to stand out in the digital age. Written by Colin Crummy (film editor at i-D and contributing editor at Esquire), the journalist draws upon on recent examples including Kim Kardashian’s Break the Internet cover for_ Paper to illustrate the impact covers can still have. The magazine has kindly let us reprint an extract from the article below.


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The Museum of Modern Art launches the Free Online Course Seeing Through Photographs

The Museum of Modern Art launches the Free Online Course Seeing Through Photographs | Communication design | Scoop.it

The Museum of Modern Art launches Seeing Through Photographs, its first massive open online course for a general audience, available on Coursera starting February 10, 2016. Using works from MoMA’s expansive collection as a point of departure, the course encourages participants to look critically at photographs through the diverse ideas, approaches, and technologies that inform their making. Seeing Through Photographs can be found at coursera.org/learn/photography. 


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The female photographers you might not know, but should

The female photographers you might not know, but should | Communication design | Scoop.it

Breaking through the boys’ club of photography, these fearless female visionaries spotlighted identity politics, the body and sexuality.


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Vertical Panoramic Photographs of New York Churches by Richard Silver | Colossal

Vertical Panoramic Photographs of New York Churches by Richard Silver | Colossal | Communication design | Scoop.it

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Fotografías panorámicas verticales de Iglesias de New York por Richard Sylver

Colosal!

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So cool.

Brandon Rodriquez's curator insight, September 28, 2015 9:39 PM

Wow that's great view. So beautiful and stunning.

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Death of Harold Feinstein (1931 - 2015)

Death of Harold Feinstein  (1931 - 2015) | Communication design | Scoop.it

Harold Feinstein, master photographer and renowned teacher, died in his home on Saturday, June 20, 2015. His wife Judith Thompson was at his side. Feinstein was born in Coney Island Hospital in 1931 of Jewish immigrant parents. He began photographing in 1946 at the age of 15 by borrowing a Rolleiflex from a neighbor and heading straight to Coney Island. Certain of his calling as an artist, he dropped out of school at the age of 16 and became the youngest member of New York’s historic Photo League in 1949.


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Pictured: The animal kingdom as you've never seen it before

Pictured: The animal kingdom as you've never seen it before | Communication design | Scoop.it
The incredible images were taken by wildlife photographer Wim van den Heever, from Pretoria, South Africa, during trips to locations including Japan, Botswana and Svalbard.

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Maricarmen Husson's curator insight, August 2, 2015 11:56 PM

Increíbles imágenes como jamás has visto tomadas por el fotógrafo Wim Van Den Heever de Pretoria Sud África durante sus viajes incluido Japón Botswana y Svalbard.

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What are some beautiful images of death (as a concept or idea)?

What are some beautiful images of death (as a concept or idea)? | Communication design | Scoop.it

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Cityscape Portraits | Andrea Constantini

Cityscape Portraits | Andrea Constantini | Communication design | Scoop.it

Andrea Constantini is an Italian photographer and graphic designer, and founder of PhotogtaphizeMag, an independent, free, electronic magazine.

He believes that “photography in the modern has received the gift of digital”, a gift that he uses in his beautiful works. In his architecturalized collection, he emphasized the idea of the human mind is made for being constantly elsewhere, this being one of the single, most important distinctions between a “conscious man and an instinctive animal”, giving us the ability to overcome the boundaries of not only social restraints, economical differencies and other such daily struggles, but also infinite concepts such as space and time...


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Sonia Scalco's curator insight, June 19, 2015 7:32 AM

Splendido artista italiano!

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Cityscape Portraits | Andrea Constantini

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This Is What Happens When You Repost an Instagram Photo 90 Times

This Is What Happens When You Repost an Instagram Photo 90 Times | Communication design | Scoop.it

Photographer Peter Ashton mangles a portrait of Alvin Lucier, one repost at a time.


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A Collection Of Phenomenal Photos Created Without Digital Manipulation

A Collection Of Phenomenal Photos Created Without Digital Manipulation | Communication design | Scoop.it
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How far would you go to produce an amazing work of photography?

For Korean artist Lee JeeYoung, she would dedicate entire weeks...

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The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014

The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014 | Communication design | Scoop.it
The year did not disappoint for incredible photos of the awesome power of nature and glimpses into the human spirit. Take a look at some of the very best.

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Scott Powell's curator insight, December 24, 2014 3:38 PM

Here is a collection of inspiring photography from 2014.  The photographic creativity and sheer beauty of these images is more than remarkable.  

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revisit buffalo as we remember barry kamen

revisit buffalo as we remember barry kamen | Communication design | Scoop.it

Iconic BUFFALO subculture was created in the 80s by Ray Petri, Jamie Morgan and Barry Kamen. Young creatives with mixed heritages and eclectic references, the Buffalos took inspiration from around the world, blending clothing styles and casting diverse models.


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Gordon Parks's Photos of Muhammad Ali 

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Acclaimed "LIFE" magazine photographer Gordon Parks shot Muhammad Ali in 1966 and 1970. Those images are currently on view at the late artist's foundation.


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Bruxelles : Andres Serrano, Uncensored photographs 

Bruxelles : Andres Serrano, Uncensored photographs  | Communication design | Scoop.it

Tomorrow, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium inaugures Uncensored photographs an exhibition by the provocative artist Andres Serrano.


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These Stunning Photos Show Why It’s Hard to Be Bored in India

These Stunning Photos Show Why It’s Hard to Be Bored in India | Communication design | Scoop.it
At 65, Steve McCurry is one of the world’s best-traveled photojournalists, but in 1978 he was still relatively new to globetrotting. He had already lived i

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Maricarmen Husson's curator insight, November 19, 2015 9:20 PM

Steve McCurry fotógrafo.

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maciek jasik spills a mysterious, multicolored mist from punctured produce

maciek jasik spills a mysterious, multicolored mist from punctured produce | Communication design | Scoop.it

maciek jasik imagines fruits and vegetables filled, not with a fleshy, edible interior, but rather plumes and puffs of vibrantly colored vapor.


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JEAN CLEMMER (1926-2001)

JEAN CLEMMER (1926-2001) | Communication design | Scoop.it

Jean Clemmer collaborative book with fashion designer Paco Rabanne produced some of the more iconic fashion images of the late 1960's.


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Russian Photographers Show How Birds See Our World And It’ll Leave You Breathless

Russian Photographers Show How Birds See Our World And It’ll Leave You Breathless | Communication design | Scoop.it
If you dream of travelling the world and seeing it all from a bird's-eye view, these sweeping, epic panoramic photos by AirPano might be one of the best ways to do it. This team of Russian photographers and specialists travels the world to take stunning aerial photos of the world's most beautiful locations.

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20 photos that prove Norway is a living fairy tale

20 photos that prove Norway is a living fairy tale | Communication design | Scoop.it
The drama of Norway’s nature is hard to overstate. Incredible fjords of extraordinary beauty, cutting gashes from a jagged coastline deep into …

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Art Jones's curator insight, July 16, 2015 6:15 PM

The Norwegian landscape is already amazing yet, thru the lens of a camera it turns into a place even more magical.

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Fiordos de increíble belleza, Noruega. 

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Checking into Honeymoon Hotel with Juno Calypso's alter-ego Joyce

Checking into Honeymoon Hotel with Juno Calypso's alter-ego Joyce | Communication design | Scoop.it

“I build sets and create scenes for her,” Juno explains on her website, “imaginary bedrooms in which I perform critical studies into modern rites of seduction and beauty, and the laboured construction of femininity. Objects once perceived as radical, innovative, fun and nutritious – an electronic anti-wrinkle mask, computer equipment from the 1980s, baby oil, a tin of cold meat – have become joyless and oppressive. Joyce appears alone, consumed by artifice; her glazed appearance acting as a mirror to the exhaustion felt whilst bearing the dead weight of constructed femininity.”


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Mesmerising photographs from the sky to bring some perspective to your day

Mesmerising photographs from the sky to bring some perspective to your day | Communication design | Scoop.it

Benjamin and his team create and share one “Overview” – the site’s name for each image – every day, to highlight the impact we have had on the Earth. “We work with Digital Globe’s database of satellite imagery and then add an artistic orientation to bring out the mesmerising aesthetic that this perspective provides. Each Overview ultimately starts with a thought experiment. We consider the places where man has left his mark on the planet and then conduct the necessary research to identify locations (and the corresponding geo-coordinates) to convey that idea.”


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Miroslav Tichý’s Vagabond Voyeurism

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With Miroslav Tichý’s “Trap for a Voyeur” now on view atGalerie Christophe Gaillard in Paris, it’s time to decide whether the late Czech photographer’s output is sinister or seductive.

Tichý is known for capturing covert shots of unbeknowing women. The artist wandered around the streets and parks of Kyjov, Czechoslovakia, and whenever he spotted a woman he liked the look of, a body he could desire from a distance, he took her photograph. His work was surreptitious: it wasn’t that he asked her. To call him a “voyeur,” as does the exhibition’s title, is to put it lightly. 


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13 Inspiring Photos That Show The Hidden Talent Of Amateur Photographers

13 Inspiring Photos That Show The Hidden Talent Of Amateur Photographers | Communication design | Scoop.it
The 2014 Sony World Photography Awards have today announced their winners for the Open and Youth categories, selected from over 70,000 non-professional entries. By jove they're impressive.

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