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Review: Sight-_Seeing 2

Review: Sight-_Seeing 2 | Photography Now | Scoop.it
One of the best things about photography is that 99.99% of all photographers refuse to understand what photo theorists (and that remaining 0.01%: professional photographers) tell them.
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Regard de Femmes : iPhotographie | Le Journal de la Photographie

Regard de Femmes : iPhotographie | Le Journal de la Photographie | Photography Now | Scoop.it
The introduction of cellular phone cameras revolutionized photography, changing its status. Conversational and communicative, mobile phone photography comes with its own aesthetic.
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David Goldblatt Revisits “On the Mines”

David Goldblatt Revisits “On the Mines” | Photography Now | Scoop.it

As the German publisher Gerhard Steidl prepares a series of books on the life work of David Goldblatt, Jeffrey Ladd spoke with the South African photographer about the newly edited and designed release of his long out-of-print collaboration with Nadine Gordimer from 1973, On the Mines.

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Lisbonne :Rodrigo Amado | Le Journal de la Photographie

Lisbonne :Rodrigo Amado | Le Journal de la Photographie | Photography Now | Scoop.it
In spite of depicting interiors and exteriors or including fragments from a nature debilitated by human actions, in spite of reproducing distant and distinct locations in Europe’s political and cultural geography, in spite of revealing bodies that...
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KEIZO KITAJIMA: “USSR 1991″ (2012) « ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture

KEIZO KITAJIMA: “USSR 1991″ (2012) « ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture | Photography Now | Scoop.it

In the fall of 1990, Keizo Kitajima received a commission from Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper to visit the Soviet Union, the opportunity to spend a year documenting both people and places in what was then a monolithic entity. 15 republics, 11 time zones, and thousands of miles spanning the two—the task was daunting in the very least. Having spent several years based in West Berlin, the Iron Curtain was a looming presence and Kitajima had often contemplated turning his lens towards the Soviet regime although the difficulties associated therein—censorship, freedom of access, and overwhelming bureaucracy—seemed insurmountable.

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Laetitia Molenaar Here comes the Sun | Le Journal de la Photographie

Laetitia Molenaar Here comes the Sun | Le Journal de la Photographie | Photography Now | Scoop.it
Imagine being able to recreate Edward Hopper's paintings into actual places. That wonderful light, to experience it in a different way.This idea started the project.
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Mr. S Meets Mr. Smith: Part Three

Mr. S Meets Mr. Smith: Part Three | Photography Now | Scoop.it

I think as the New Year rapidly approaches, it’s time once again for the third annual “ask and you shall receive” interview with myself. As always this interview will be conducted by Mr. S, himself.

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Michael Kenna does not seek to describe the landscape in his breathtaking images, but emphasise through the art of suggestion

Michael Kenna does not seek to describe the landscape in his breathtaking images, but emphasise through the art of suggestion | Photography Now | Scoop.it

‘I prefer suggestion over description,’ the influential British landscape photographer Michael Kenna once remarked, and who within an increasingly fast paced and chaotic world is interested in revealing places imbued with peace in his serene works; which are routed in a European tradition, and as such reveal a connection to the likes of Eugene Atget (1857-1927), Bill Brandt (1904-1983) and Josef Sudek (1896-1976).

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Todos envejecemos. Nada dura por siempre // We all get old. Nothing lasts forever (by Lee Jeffries)

Todos envejecemos. Nada dura por siempre // We all get old. Nothing lasts forever (by Lee Jeffries) | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Lee Jeffries is an very talented photographer based out of Manchester, UK, who, through a chance meeting with a young homeless girl in the streets of London, changed his direction, approach, and perception of his art. Jeffries uses homeless people that be meets throughout his travels as the primary and sole subjects in his work.

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HANS-PETER FELDMANN: “Hans-Peter Feldmann” (2006) « ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture

HANS-PETER FELDMANN: “Hans-Peter Feldmann” (2006) « ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Hans-Peter Feldmann’s oeuvre includes works in many media, from painting to sculpture, installation, photography, collage, bookworks, archives or collections of images, objects, etc, however it is his photographic works and his largely photographic books for which he is most known and on which I will concentrate most of my attention here. Where Feldmann does not use found vernacular images he often makes his own. These range stylistically from the casual snapshot, as in his series of pictures from windows of hotel rooms, to the refined, even masterful photograph, as in his portrait project 100 Jahre (100Years).

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Crowdsourcing a Digital Exhibition: An Interview with Andy Adams

Crowdsourcing a Digital Exhibition: An Interview with Andy Adams | Photography Now | Scoop.it
Andy Adams is back– this time talking crowdsourcing, digital exhibitions, and his newest project, “Looking at the Land: 21st Century American Views,” a digital exhibition of 21st Century American Landscape photography.
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Australia: People of the Fatal Shore | Le Journal de la Photographie

Australia: People of the Fatal Shore | Le Journal de la Photographie | Photography Now | Scoop.it
Australia’s major cities dot the coastline of this vast continent and Sydney, the country’s largest metropolis, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, its glittering harbor, the Opera House, Harbor Bridge and its surf beaches...
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SHAUN FENN in Conversation with Photographer JOAO CANZIANI

SHAUN FENN in Conversation with Photographer JOAO CANZIANI | Photography Now | Scoop.it

T his post marks the launch of a new column on POP featuring photographers interviewing other photographers. I was challenged by photographer Mathieu Young to find a way to curate content. This came up in conversation with Shaun Fenn and without hesitation he asked if he could interview Joao Canziani. Joao agreed and I’m very happy to share the first photographer-photographer interview on POP. Thank you to Shaun and Joao for their passion, generosity of spirit and all their time on such an inspiring interview.

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Mary Ellen Mark documents an American rite of passage found in the annual ‘Prom’

Mary Ellen Mark documents an American rite of passage found in the annual ‘Prom’ | Photography Now | Scoop.it

The Prom is ‘an American ritual, it's a rite of passage, and it's very much a part of this country,’ remarks documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark; who between 2006 and 2009, visited twelve schools across the United States (including her alma mater Cheltenham High School, in Wyncote, Pennsylvania), that embraced regional and socio-economic class differences; and the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York City — which holds a prom every year in its paediatric ward — producing a collection of 127 exquisite and richly detailed large-format black-and-white portraits with the massive Polaroid 20x24 Land Camera, which she had previously used for her 2003 project Twins (Aperture, 2004).

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The Daily Edit – Tuesday 12.4.12

The Daily Edit – Tuesday  12.4.12 | Photography Now | Scoop.it

New York Times Style Magazine
Creative Director: David Sebbah
Photography Director: Andrew Gold
Senior Art Director: Aurelie Pellissier
Art Director: Natalie Do
Photography Editors: Jamie Bradley Sims, Rory Walsh-Miller
Contributing Photo Editor: Robyn Lange
Photographer: Ryan McGinley

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The photographer as collector: the visual indexing and systematic approach of Mårten Lange

The photographer as collector: the visual indexing and systematic approach of Mårten Lange | Photography Now | Scoop.it

‘A physical delineation of nature terminates at the point where the sphere of intellect begins, and a new world of mind is opened to our view.

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Photographer Docs Make The Cut for Sundance and Possibly Oscars

Photographer Docs Make The Cut for Sundance and Possibly Oscars | Photography Now | Scoop.it

I noticed two photographer documentaries making the cut for the Academy Awards (shortlisted… so not quite there) and Sundance: Shortlisted for the Academy Awards: Chasing Ice (Directed and Produced by JEFF ORLOWSKI). Premiering at Sundance: Which Way Is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington (Director: Sebastian Junger)

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Best photography books of 2012

Best photography books of 2012 | Photography Now | Scoop.it

The trend for big and expensive limited-edition retrospectives continued apace with Bruce Davidson's Black & White and William Eggleston's Los Alamos Revisited (both Steidl, £220 each). Phaidon also weighed in this year with the even more expensive Joel Meyerowitz boxed set, Taking My Time, which costs £500 but at least comes with a signed print of one of his street photographs from the 1960s. A good investment if you can afford it, but you may need to move fast as only 1,500 have been printed.

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(Dis)connecting Klein + Moriyama

(Dis)connecting Klein + Moriyama | Photography Now | Scoop.it
William Klein, New York, 1954-55
The photographs of William Klein and Daido Moriyama are currently on display at the Tate Modern. It is an enormous exhibition, covering a lot of space in the galleries with several hundred photographs on display.
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Photo Book Studies on IMA vol.2: Araki

Photo Book Studies on IMA vol.2: Araki | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Takashi Homma and I started the serial titled Photo Book Studies in the Japanese photography magazine IMA. As you can guess, we were inspired by Markus Shaden’s photo book studies on The Photo Book Review and decided to do this by ourselves.

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John d Green: Birds of Britian

John d Green: Birds of Britian | Photography Now | Scoop.it
A kaleidoscope of entrancing photos of the women who became the icons of swinging sixties and the forerunners of the British Invasion, those depicted include Julie Christie, Charlotte Rampling, Lulu, Mary Quant, Susan Hampshire, Ingrid Boulting,...
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For any young person in the early 90s, this series of...

For any young person in the early 90s, this series of... | Photography Now | Scoop.it
For any young person in the early 90s, this series of photographs was one of the most iconic of the era. It both humanized AIDS, and scared the hell out of you.
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Michael Jantzen Deconstruction | Le Journal de la Photographie

Michael Jantzen Deconstruction | Le Journal de la Photographie | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Deconstructing the Churches is a series of photo collages that are part of a larger series of photos, which visually deconstruct parts of the real world that we normally think of as stable.

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A NYPD Officer, a Homeless Man and a Pair of Boots

A NYPD Officer, a Homeless Man and a Pair of Boots | Photography Now | Scoop.it
There is always a mysterious alchemy behind why one picture or another goes viral. The latest to catch fire is this shot of NYPD officer Lawrence DePrimo, caught unawares, giving a pair of boots to a homeless man in Times Square.
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