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Phil Toledano: A New Kind Of Beauty

Phil Toledano: A New Kind Of Beauty | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

This photo series captures classical portraits of subjects who had extreme cosmetic surgery.

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What Berlin Owes to Techno

What Berlin Owes to Techno | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
Two doyens of the Teutonic techno scene explain how electronic music helped reunite the German capital.
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Hoberman: In “5 Broken Cameras,” an Unflinching View of the Palestinean Experience

Hoberman: In “5 Broken Cameras,” an Unflinching View of the Palestinean Experience | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Can cinema verité set you free? A home-movie made under house arrest in Teheran, Jafar Panahi’s “This is Not a Film” documents one sort of imprisonment; “5 Broken Cameras,” a modest, first-person documentary produced by Palestinian photographer Emad Burnat and Israeli activist Guy Davidi in the West Bank town of Bi’lin records another sort of restraint.

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Prosecution Document Dump Includes One Chilling Photo From Scene Of Trayvon Martin Killing

Prosecution Document Dump Includes One Chilling Photo From Scene Of Trayvon Martin Killing | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Included in police evidence photos released yesterday by the prosecutor handling the murder case against George Zimmerman is a chilling image showing the can of watermelon Arizona Iced Tea that Trayvon Martin was carrying in his Fruit of the Loom hoodie when he was shot to death in late-February.

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Breaking the Image of Mother and Child at Visual Culture Blog by @MarcoBohr

Breaking the Image of Mother and Child at Visual Culture Blog by @MarcoBohr | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

The front cover of the newest issue of Time Magazine shows a mother breastfeeding a boy who appears old enough to make himself a sandwich. The caption on the bottom right hand corner of the photograph seeks to clarify the boy’s age as it reads “Jamie Lynne Grumet, 26, and her 3-year-old son”. The assumption that the boy is too old to be breastfed is the taboo that the magazine is addressing head on with this photograph by Martin Schoeller. The Washington Post writes, rather cunningly, ‘Time cover milks shocking image’.

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German Garbage Men Turn Dumpsters Into Giant Pinhole Cameras

German Garbage Men Turn Dumpsters Into Giant Pinhole Cameras | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
A group of garbage men in Hamburg have figured out a way to combine their love of photography with their work of hauling trash, turning large dumpsters into giant pinhole cameras to photograph their c...
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The Great Chelsea Fire of 1908 - The Boston Globe

The Great Chelsea Fire of 1908 - The Boston Globe | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
Swirling winds drove the flames quickly, and soon a huge swath of Chelsea was consumed. Nearly 3,000 buildings were destroyed and 19 people lost their lives during the Great Chelsea Fire of April 12, 1908.
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NATIVE AMERICAN COLLECTION: “Indian Stopped from Entering the Columbus Day Parade” (1970)

NATIVE AMERICAN COLLECTION: “Indian Stopped from Entering the Columbus Day Parade” (1970) | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
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U.S. filmmaker repeatedly detained at border

U.S. filmmaker repeatedly detained at border | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Laura Poitras producer and director of “The Oath”  is targeted by the U.S. DHS. 

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A Hollis Frampton Slide Show in New York

A Hollis Frampton Slide Show in New York | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Tomorrow, April 7, New York’s Anthology Film Archives will be offering viewers a look at Hollis Frampton’s artistry from a different angle. For an edition of the theater’s ongoing series Single Frame, Frampton scholars Ken Eisenstein and Michael Zryd will be on hand to introduce and explain a collection of the avant-garde filmmaking legend’s slides recently donated to the institution

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Rear Window Timelapse

Installation artist Jeff Desom uses Adobe After Effects to extract all the footage from the Hitchcock's 'Rear Window,' rearranging it into a single tableau, then plays it out in timelapse.

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Charles Atlas's Delirious Digital Projections Dazzle in Bushwick | Artinfo

Charles Atlas's Delirious Digital Projections Dazzle in Bushwick | Artinfo | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
The legendary filmmaker's three works at Luhring Augustine are atypical for his body of work — but explore Cageian themes of chance that are dear to him.
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Accidents: Auto - a set on Flickr

For more information please contact: Print Department McKim Building, 3rd Floor Boston Public Library 700 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116 617-859-2280 prints@bpl.org www.bpl.org/research/print/index.htm...
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1609 Cafeto, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico - Recherche Google

1609 Cafeto, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico - Recherche Google | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Dead man in Ciudad Juarez photographed by the Google Maps camera.

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We Wanted Beer: Photographs from the Prohibition era

We Wanted Beer: Photographs from the Prohibition era | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
The “Beer for Taxation” rally makes its way down Fiftieth Street on May 14, 1932. Photograph via AP Images. Prohibition agents examine some of the three thousand bottles of liquor hidden in a coal steamer in New York Harbor....
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Rocks and Gravel: Light Industry by Alex Zafiris

Rocks and Gravel: Light Industry by Alex Zafiris | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Alex Zafiris talks to curators Ed Halter and Thomas Beard of Light Industry, a groundbreaking venue for film and electronic art.

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Help Us Identify Who's in These Photographs

Help Us Identify Who's in These Photographs | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
Were you at the 1960 Democratic National Convention, or do you know someone who was? Help us identify the faces in the crowds of these photographs by Garry Winogrand.
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The Ozu Shot: Tokyo-ga and Late Spring

The Ozu Shot: Tokyo-ga and Late Spring | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

Few directors have as precise and recognizable a style as Yasujiro Ozu, sometimes called the father of Japanese cinema.

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Joseph Moran, Cambridge slaughterhouse worker, with gander Monty he saved

Joseph Moran, Cambridge slaughterhouse worker, with gander Monty he saved | Camera Arts | Scoop.it

File name: 08_06_018566 Title: Joseph Moran, Cambridge slaughterhouse worker, with gander Monty he saved Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer) Date created: 1941-02 Physical description: 1 negative : film, black & white 

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In Moscow, Little Girl Soldiers

In Moscow, Little Girl Soldiers | Camera Arts | Scoop.it
They are students at one of Russia's elite military academies. But as Sergey Kozmin's photographs from "Girl Soldiers" show, they are also little girls.
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