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Miroir, miroir. Alldayeveryday. Allday Everybody Street at Miami Beach Cinematheque Everybody Street: Screening December 6th, 9pm Q&A with Director Cheryl Dunn and photographers Bruce Gilden and Marta Cooper will follow.

Alldayeveryday

Ugo Mulas. Fabulous Photographer Martin Munkácsi. Peignoir in a Soft Breeze 1936 Martin Munkácsi was the master of movement, along with Lartigue he is my favourite photographer, his pictures are full of life and personality, you can hear the surf, feel the breeze and sense the atmosphere, in short, he had the gift of capturing the moment.

Fabulous Photographer Martin Munkácsi

It is no wonder that his work influenced Henri Cartier-Bresson and Richard Avedon. He was a photographic genius. Harpers Bazaar Halston 1962 The Bedouin Egypt 1929 Richard Avedon Homage to Munkácsi 1957 Boys Running into the Surf at Lake Tanganynika 1930. Fabulous Photographer, Baron de Meyer. Baron de Meyer is often credited with being the first fashion photographer, personally I think his work is sublime, he has an interesting Wikipedia entry too...

Fabulous Photographer, Baron de Meyer

Le Compte Etienne de Beaumont 1919 Irene Castle more about her here Woman overlooking Florence 1900 Coco Chanel 1923. Dave Jordano: Early 35mm Work from Detroit 1972. The wonderful Dave Jordano has been a long time observer of Detroit, the city where he was born and traversed with a 35mm as a student, onto a 4×5, and today uses digital capture to document the changing landscape of a city in flux.

Dave Jordano: Early 35mm Work from Detroit 1972

On February 3rd, I will be featuring a new project on Detroit that Dave will be exhibiting at the United Photo Industries Gallery in Brooklyn. It has been a privilege to have this week’s photographers share their early work, and as Dave comments, it can be a somewhat cathartic experience to go through your older work and recognize how connected it is to today. Dave was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1948 received his degree in photography from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit in 1974. After moving to Chicago in 1977 he established a successful freelance commercial photography studio for 30 years. Specializing in food and product photography, he shot major campaigns for national and international clients.

Larry Gonzalez. Ed van der Elsken. Larry Sultan. Sally Mann. Photo - Mauricio Alejo. Yamasaki ko-ji : photography. Daisuke yokota website. Accueil. Editions Xavier Barral, Paris « Stéphane Couturier » 200 pages, 25 x 28 cm Publication early October, 2016 39€ retail price.

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Mark Cohen. Mark Cohen/ True Color image by Mark Cohen Karate Stance, 1977 Mark Cohen as a kid.

Mark Cohen

Uncategorized. Photographers. Photographes divers. Diane Arbus. Henri Cartier-Bresson. Hans Bellmer. Jeff Wall. Mac Adams. Martin Parr. Robert Capa. Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Diane Arbus. Sally Mann. Duane Michals. Eugène Smith. Classics. Francesco Giusti Photography. Vertical Color Of Sound. Stephen Shore. Alex Webb // Rebecca Norris Webb // Photographs. Street photo. Adam Magyar. Simon Vansteenwinckel. Michael Orton. Rinko Kawauchi. News: start >>Rinko Diary 2016.1Exhibition catalogue “The river embraced me” was relased from torch press. 2015.6A Piece for Nepal EarthquakeSupporting the Nepal Earthquake 2014.9New book “kirakira” with Leiko Ikemura was released from NOHARA. 2014.5New book “Gift” with Terri Weifenbach was released from IMA books.

Rinko Kawauchi

Current Solo Exhibition. STANLEY GREENE. Ancien membre du groupe révolutionnaire afro-américain The Black Panthers, ­Stanley Greene est né à New York en 1949.

STANLEY GREENE

Il se lance dans la photographie après sa rencontre avec W. Eugène Smith, l’un des pionniers du photojournalisme –il remportera d’ailleurs le prestigieux prix qui porte son nom en 2004 pour son reportage sur la guerre en Tchétchénie. > Lire la suite. Mohamed Bourouissa. Il s’est fait connaître avec une série de photographies mettant en scène des jeunes de banlieue (Périphérique, 2007-2008), avant d’être repéré dans l’exposition « Dynasty » en 2010 avec Temps Mort (2009), vidéo réalisée avec un téléphone portable dans une cellule de prison, et Legend (2010), filmée avec des caméras cachées par des vendeurs de cigarettes à Barbès.

Mohamed Bourouissa

Mohamed Bourouissa est maintenant représenté par la galerie Kamel Mennour et multiplie les expositions pendant que la somme des écrits à son sujet prend du volume, son travail fournissant parfois une exemplification d’un art contemporain investi dans la représentation de réalités sociales cachées derrière l’image-média. Mais si le point focal de son regard sur la société se situe aux marges de celle-ci, c’est le plus souvent le sujet qui vient à lui. Mohamed Bourouissa. “L’utopie d’August Sander”, galerie Edouard-Manet Gennevilliers 13.09 – 10-11.2012 Mohamed Bourouissa. Photographers. DOCUMERICA: Images of America in Crisis in the 1970s - Alan Taylor - In Focus. As the 1960s came to an end, the rapid development of the American postwar decades began to take a noticeable toll on the environment, and the public called for action.

DOCUMERICA: Images of America in Crisis in the 1970s - Alan Taylor - In Focus

In November 1971, the newly created Environmental Protection Agency announced a massive photo documentary project, called DOCUMERICA, to record the adverse effects of modern life on the environment. More than 100 photographers were hired not only to document specific issues, but to capture images showing how we interacted with the environment. By 1974, more than 80,000 photographs had been produced. The National Archives recently made 15,000 of these images available, and I've spent much of the past week combing through those to bring you these 46 glimpses of America in the early 1970s, with an eye toward our then-ailing environment. [46 photos] Araki nobuyoshi. Cindy Sherman. Erwin wurm. Jeff wall. Wolfgang Tillmans.

Moholy nagy. Andreas gursky. Joan Fontcuberta. Portfolios. Bertien van Manen. Fred Herzog. Zed Nelson - photographer. Jesse Marlow. Vivian Maier Photographer. Share © 2014 Maloof Collection, Ltd.Website by Shut Up I'm Awesome. Bruce Gilden. Garry Winogrand. Lee Friedlander. Les bronzeuses d'Anais Boileau. Richard Mosse. DIANE ARBUS - THE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK. Lee Jeffries.

Martin Parr. Todd Hido. New Dutch Photography Talent 2014 by xpublishers. Francesca Woodman. « Les choses du réel ne me font pas peur, seulement celles qui sont au fond de moi. » Francesca Woodman. Pour approcher de cette légende de la photographie qu’est devenue Francesca Woodman, il faut certes se plonger dans l’univers oppressant de ses photographies, mais aussi se souvenir des mots de Alejandra Pizarnik et de Sylvia Plath, autres suicidées de la vie, aspirées par le néant. D’ailleurs ses images sont réputées pour être celles d’une « Sylvia Plath de la photographie ».

Son inquiétante précocité, sa beauté fuyante, son impudeur et sa pudeur extrême à la fois, montrant son corps nu et le dérobant sans cesse, sa fin tragique surtout, ont tissé cette légende. Bertien van Manen. Inspirational Photographers. Photographes de rue. Saul Leiter, pionnier de la photo couleur, est mort.

Daido Moriyama. Alec Soth. Photographers. Site de Photographes. Photographes. Photographes. Photographers. Photographes // Photographers. Photographer's Follios. Photographes.

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Richard Prince. MICHAEL WOLF PHOTOGRAPHY. Corinne Day, mai triste. H E R B R I T T S. David LaChapelle. Irina Werning / Back to the future. I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Photographers. Fotografos.