Very little is known about Atget’s early life. He kept no diary or other personal records. The information that has been published has become somewhat mythological due to a lack of primary source material. The biographical material presented here is taken from three major biographies of Atget as well as from the memories of Andre Calmettes, his lifelong friend.
The app, which will be available via the iTunes app store, will be free to download and will allow users to access three free short films. Shot by photojournalist Patrick Chauvel, the films use innovative immersive technology allowing the user to choose where to look in the frame in a 180º field of vision.
From 31 January to 12 February 2011, the Génération Elili collective from Brazzaville and the Afrique In Visu platform ran an intercultural Research and Photography workshop on how to structure a photography network in Central Africa.
Marie Claire Creative Director: Suzanne Skyes Design Director: Kristin Fitzpatrick Photo Director: Caroline Smith Photo Editor: Lucy Fox Photographer: Richard Pierce Note: Content for The Daily Edit is found on the newsstands.
The Swedish photographer Lars Tunbjörk, known for his deadpan portraits of office spaces and suburban lifestyles, came to mind. I spoke with Tunbjörk about his current show, at the Amador Gallery, and how some of his more comical images came together.
Tricia Scott of Merge Left Reps sent me an email recently about a new cooking app called Matt’s Pantry that was shot by one of her photographers, Matthew Furman. What caught my attention was that the agency produced the app.
Talk about having an in with your subjects.. (too much?) Fun little slideshow here, of Patti Boyd’s photos of the musicians in her life. These two are my favorite. Intimate and dark, always a good thing.
Harper’s Bazaar Creative Director: Stephen Gan Design Director: Elizabeth Hummer Photography and Bookings Director: Zoe Bruns Senior Photo and Bookings Editor: Barbara Tomassi Photographer: Bruce Gilden
Title: Photographs 2001-2009Artist: Ken Rosenthal Introduction by Rebecca Senf, PhD, Norton Family Curator of Photography, Center for Creative Photography and Phoenix Art Museum32 pages9"x9"; 22.86 cm x 22.86 cmEdition size: 500 copiestype of...
Hanged with a leather chord and cast into a Danish bog 2,300 years ago, Tollund Man was probably a sacrifice. Like other bodies found preserved in Europe's peat bogs, he poses haunting questions. How was he chosen?
Larry Sultan [..] in his remarkable project, “Pictures from Home” (1992). The book is a narrative collage, consisting of still images from old home movies, transcribed interviews and conversations with his parents, historic family snapshots and mementos, combined with writing and photographs by Sultan himself.
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