We Can Do It! American wartime propaganda poster J.
Howard Miller's "We Can Do It! " poster from 1943 After its rediscovery, observers often assumed that the image was always used as a call to inspire women workers to join the war effort. However, during the war the image was strictly internal to Westinghouse, displayed only during February 1943, and was not for recruitment but to exhort already-hired women to work harder. People have seized upon the uplifting attitude and apparent message to remake the image into many different forms, including self empowerment, campaign promotion, advertising, and parodies.
After she saw the Smithsonian cover image in 1994, Geraldine Hoff Doyle mistakenly said that she was the subject of the poster. Background A propaganda poster from 1942 encouraging unity between labor and management of GM After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government called upon manufacturers to produce greater amounts of war goods. J. J. Westinghouse Electric VBN 2020 09 25 METH doc analysis pictures. VBN 2020 11 30 - Don't mess with a princess > méthode analyse d'image. The Implicit Bias In Photojournalism. Magnum Photos. WAR PHOTOGRAPHY - James Nachtwey - profile *** Nachtwey has been a contract photographer with Time Magazine since 1984.
He was associated with Black Star from 1980 – 1985 and was a member of Magnum from 1986 until 2001. In 2001, he became one of the founding members of the photo agency, VII. He has had solo exhibitions at the International Center of Photography in New York, the Bibliotheque nationale de France in Paris, the Palazzo Esposizione in Rome, the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, Culturgest in Lisbon, El Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles, the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, the Canon Gallery and the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam, the Carolinum in Prague,and the Hasselblad Center in Sweden, among others. “Every minute I was there, I wanted to flee.I did not want to see this. Would I cut and run, or would I deal withthe responsibility of being there with a camera”JAMES NACHTWEY He has received numerous honours such as the Common Wealth Award, Martin Luther King Award, Dr. James Nachtwey - Let my photographs bear witness (TED talk + subtitles & transcript) ***
"Women on the frontline", female war photographers (photos, The Guardian)
COVERS - Time. Dessin de presse et liberté d'expression - CLEMI. Objectifs Découvrir le dessin de presse Identifier et analyser ses formes et ses codes spécifiquesComprendre son rôle, son lien avec l’actualité et la liberté d’expression. Découvrir le dessin de presse Répartir la classe en groupes. Chacun dispose d’un dessin de presse avec nom du dessinateur, pays, date de publication et source. Choisir un corpus de dessins sur le métier de dessinateur de presse et sur la liberté d’expression. De quelle sorte de document s’agit-il ?
Est-ce qu’il y a du texte ? Un emblème de la liberté d’expression En groupe, analyse comparative du dessin de Plantu « La liberté sera toujours la plus forte » (Le Monde, 9 janvier 2015) et du tableau d’Eugène Delacroix « La liberté guidant le peuple sur les barricades » (1830, Louvre). Dessin de presse et choc des cultures. EDITORIAL CARTOONS - Cartooning for peace. EDITORIAL CARTOONS - Patrick Chappatte, "A free world needs satire" (vidéo) EDITORIAL CARTOONS - Patrick Chappatte, "The power of cartoons" (vidéo) The end of political cartoons at The New York Times.
EDITORIAL CARTOONS - Patrick Chappatte. EDITORIAL CARTOONS - Kal (The Economist's cartoonist) *** From concrete to jungle: cartoonist puts Mumbai's wildlife on the map. An Indian Ocean humpback dolphin swims beneath an Indo-Pacific octopus close to the coast, a gargantuan atlas moth flutters above Sanjay Gandhi national park, while an Asian palm civet shins up a tree near Vasai Creek and a black kite soars over a banyan tree.
All are part of a vibrant new map of Mumbai that showcases the Indian city’s rich biodiversity. “Most people only think of Mumbai as a concrete jungle, with skyscrapers, slums and beach promenades, but scratch beneath the surface, and you will find a place of rich biodiversity,” says Rohan Chakravarty, an award-winning wildlife cartoonist from Nagpur famous for cartoons that deal with the environment, conservation and wildlife, and creator of the Mumbai map.
Can shock advertising deliver results beyond raising awareness ? (column) ICON - 1930 - WOOD Grant - American Gothic. American Gothic Date: Artist: Grant WoodAmerican, 1891–1942 About this artwork This familiar image was exhibited publicly for the first time at the Art Institute of Chicago, winning a three-hundred-dollar prize and instant fame for Grant Wood. On View American Art, Gallery 263 Artist Grant Wood Title Origin United States Date Made 1930 Medium Oil on Beaver Board.
ICONS - Norman Rockwell in the Age of the Civil Rights Movement (virtual exhibition) *** ICON - 1967 - RIBOUD Marc - Flower girl. ICON - 2015 - BANKSY - untitled.