“Who in the rainbow can draw the line where the violet tint ends and the orange tint begins? Distinctly we see the difference of the colors, but where exactly does the one first blendingly enter into the other? So with sanity and insanity.”
Kenro Izu is a Japanese photographer. Born in Tokyo in 1949, he has lived in New York since 1974. During a trip to Egypt in that same year, his encounter with the Great Pyramid of Giza led him to take an interest in sacred places across the world.
We like to think of Vincent van Gogh as the archetypal tortured artist. While perhaps he fits the bill, there\'s more to the story, and this episode of Power of Art (above) takes pains to fill out the Dutch painter\'s character.
Did you know that more photos are created every two minutes than in the entire 1800s? HighTable created this infographic that gives a quick overview of the state of the photography industry and the ri...
Volumes have been written about photography's connections to death. Intuitively aware of this relationship, Patti Smith's first major American museum exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts feels decidedly funereal.
The motivating impulse – to enable “ordinary” people to represent themselves and to take a critical approach to their representation in the mass media – survives in the practice of those few projects that remain, of some that are more recent in origin, and in individual photographers engaged in community-based collaborations.
BRUSSELS.- Every two years, as part of the Summer of Photography, BOZAR invites around 30 partners in Belgium to work together on a collective photography festival. The theme of the 2012 edition is landscape photography. In relation to fine art, photography initially served as a model for painting; over time the discipline has grown to become a medium in its own right, with its own landscape practices.
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