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February 27, 2013 / Photography News / Born on February 27, 1814, Robert Turnbull Macpherson was a Scottish artist and photographer who worked in Rome, Italy in the 19th century. During his initial years in Rome, Macpherson practiced his art as a painter. While records exist of several works between 1840 and 1845, his only known surviving work is a large oil painting of the Roman Campagna, dated 1842. In addition to painting, he worked as an art dealer.
Institute for Artist Management ( INSTITUTE ) is an artist management company, which serves media, editorial, advertising, entertainment, record industry, fine art, book publishing, online/mobile media, public engagements and corporate clients. INSTITUTE represents creative artists, and operates out of Los Angeles (USA), London (UK), and Bath (UK). The current artist roster includes David Chancellor, Michal Chelbin, Robert Clark, Rena Effendi, Lauren Greenfield, Alexander Gronsky, Yann Gross, Guillaume Herbaut, Wayne Lawrence, Jocelyn Lee, James Longley, Gerd Ludwig, David Maisel, Rafal Milach, Richard Mosse, Zed Nelson, Matthew Niederhauser, Simon Norfolk, Kate Peters, Riverboom, Paul Shambroom , and Paolo Woods. Unlike traditional photo agencies, INSTITUTE's mandate is to assist and manage its artist's efforts in all areas of creative production.
LS 11 | Wealth | Curated by Fabio Severo Jules Spinatsch - Temporary Discomfort Chapter V – Revolution Marketing EVIAN/GENEVA, G8 Summit, June 2003 The G8 Summit in 2003 took place in Evian, a romantic health resort on the French border of Lake Geneva. The Swiss government was confronted by the French government with the fait accompli that the eight heads of state would reside in Evian, and the City of Geneva would have to take care of the rest.
We reached our initial goal! Sincere thanks to everyone for supporting us over the past weeks. THE NEXT PHASE is to raise the funds to travel to Peshawar in Pakistan where many Afghan photographers lived as refugees from the 1980s on. A lot of Afghan cultural life has been on the move over the last thirty years and we want the project to reflect that. The clock is still ticking on kickstarter so keep spreading the word!
Maja Daniels , Monette and Mady , from the series Rue Des Partants, 2010 Yesterday i went to The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2011 at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
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Growing up as a Chinese national, I leaned a lot about Communism through text books. On Monday it only took a one and a half hour flight and one hour drive to travel from China’s modern cultural and political center, Beijing, to the small communist society at Nanjie Village. Honestly, I didn’t expect it to be so easy. There were no entrance tickets, no security guards, and no one had to check our vehicle. We drove all the way to the village center, where a giant statue of the late Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong stood in the middle of a square, waving at me.
Regolamento MaxArtis Norme comportamentali Momento fondamentale di MaxArtis è la condivisione nel sito delle immagini fotografiche prodotte dai singoli utenti. La pubblicazione di un’immagine nel sito acconsente implicitamente alla possibilità che la stessa si sottoposta a commenti e/o critiche da parte degli utenti del sito stesso circa i contenuti fotografici in essa presenti. Le attività di commento/critica/analisi fotografica sono intese nello spirito di dare un contributo di valore alla persona che li riceve, e come tali si attende che siano il più possibile analitiche, espositive, costruttive e argomentative.
Articles Book Reviews , Photobooks Review: Closed Cities by Gregor Sailer Mar 22, 2013 – Our world divides into places that are public and that are private.