GARRY WINOGRAND: “Standing on the Corner – Reflections Upon Garry Winogrand’s Photographic Gaze – Mirror of Self or World? Part II” (1991) Part II (This is the second of a two-part essay on the work of Garry Winogrand.) By Carl Chiarenza Originally Published in IMAGE Magazine: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, Volume 35, Number 1–2, Spring-Summer, 1992 About looking and watching. It is the group of photographs represented in Women are Beautiful that I see when I hear Winogrand’s name. Of all his books, this is the only one, to my knowledge, that is a result of Winogrand’s own editing. I realize that, as Szarkowski has written, this book was received poorly by critics and photographers, and “in retrospect” apparently by Winogrand himself, and that “In general, women disliked the book and men were mystified by it, demonstrating that an artist’s enthusiasms can muddle even the most basic of issues.”2 I am also aware that Winogrand’s daughter called it the work of a male chauvinist pig. About 1960 Winogrand had begun to photograph women on the street.
Martin Parr | Books by MP Books by MP / Artist Books by MP / Papers and Zines by MP / Books edited by MP Bad Weather, 1982 Calderdale Photographs, 1984 A Fair Day, 1984 Prescot Now and Then, 1984 The Last Resort, 1986, 1998 The Cost of Living, 1989 One Day Trip, 1989 Signs of the Times, 1992 Bored Couples, 1993 Home and Abroad, 1993 From A to B, 1994 Small World, 1995 British Food, 1995 Japonais Endormis, 1998 Common Sense, 1999 Sguardi Gardesoni, 1999 Flowers, 1999 Benidorm, 1999 Autoportrait, 2000 Flowers, 2000 Think of England, 2000, 2004 Martin Parr by Val Williams, 2002 The Phone Book, 2002 7 Communist Still Lifes, 2003 Signes Des Temps, 2004 7 Colonial Still Lifes, 2005 Martin Parr, vu par, 2005 Road Trip, Martin Parr and Friends, 2005 I Grandi Fotografi, 2005 Mexico, 2006 Parrjektif, 2006 Tutta Roma, 2006 Parking Spaces, 2007 Small World, 2007 Witness Number Three, 2007 Les Grands Photographes de Magnum Photos, 2007 Phaidon 55: Martin Parr, 2007 Martin Parr 1971-2000 (Retrospective), 2007 Correspondencia, 2008 Everybody Dance Now, 2009
Annie Leibovitz Annie Leibovitz Beroemde foto's[bewerken] Fotoboeken[bewerken] PhotographsPhotographs 1970-1990American OlympiansWomenAmerican MusicA Photographer’s Life 1990-2005Annie Leibovitz at Work Persoonlijk leven[bewerken] Leibovitz had een relatie met schrijfster en essayiste Susan Sontag. Annie Leibovitz heeft drie kinderen. Externe link[bewerken] Ansel Adams Adams fotografeerde in de jaren 1944-1958 de nationale parken en kreeg daarvoor drie Guggenheim-prijzen. Hierdoor kreeg hij naam als de bekendste natuurfotograaf van Amerika. Hij kan hierbij terecht worden gezien als de opvolger van Timothy O'Sullivan, een bekend natuurfotograaf uit de 19e eeuw. Werken[bewerken] Zijn bekendste werk is waarschijnlijk Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico uit 1941 (Museum of Modern Art, New York). Informatie is uit Adams boek uit 1983: Examples: The Making of 40 Photographs. Monolith, The Face of Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, 1927.Rose and Driftwood, San Francisco, California, 1932.Georgia O'Keeffe and Orville Cox, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, 1937.Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park, 1940.Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941.Winter Sunrise, Sierra Nevada, from Lone Pine, California, 1944.Aspens, Northern New Mexico, 1958. Boeken (Selectie)[bewerken] Technical books[bewerken] Prijzen[bewerken] Externe links[bewerken] Galerij[bewerken]
Vivian Maier | The Nanny's Secret | By William Meyers Gregory Crewdson | The Photo Art Journey Gregory Crewdson’s large format creations set in American suburbs overflow with suspense and with the use of soundstages, lighting cranes and crews of up to forty people, his productions sound more like Hollywood movie sets. (click images to enlarge, believe me its worth it!) His cinematic images feature subjects in almost suspended animation, capturing the flicker of a moment between the before and the after. Crewdson takes this moment of catatonic confusion and extends it infinitely exploring themes of loneliness, alienation, sadness and desire. Crewdson photographs his subjects in a never-ending state of shock and the combination of their vacant faces with unnatural posing makes them seem more like props than actual people. The images, besides being visually captivating are almost technically flawless with Crewdson using a variety of light sources and styles ranging from diffused to spotlighting to envisage his idea. Like this: Like Loading...
The undiscovered street photography of Vivian Maier In 2007, Chicago Realtor John Maloof paid $400 at an auction for a storage locker filled with rolls of undeveloped film. He was searching for photos for a book project about his Chicago neighborhood of Portage Park. In a moment straight out of an episode of "Auction Hunters," Maloof discovered a treasure-trove of thousands of negatives that turned out to be from a nanny who took up street photography in her spare time yet kept most of her work hidden. The photographer was Vivian Maier. After scanning a few of the images Maloof quickly realized he stumbled onto something remarkable. More than 100 of her photographs are on display at "Vivian Maier — A Life Discovered: Photographs From the Maloof Collection" at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in L.A. "It's a history of America at a certain moment, previously unavailable, seen through new eyes," said actor and photographer Tim Roth, who selected the images along with gallery owner Karnowsky. -- Liesl Bradner The exhibit runs through Jan. 28.
Portfolio - Stephan Vanfleteren Façades & Vitrines reportage Jay Maisel Photography | Limited Edition Prints and The Jay Maisel NYC Photography Workshop August Landmesser, The Man Behind The Crossed Arms The photo above has floated around the internet for a few years now, popular for one of its subjects’ subtle yet profound acts of nonconformity. There is no telling how many men in that crowd were acting out of fear, fully aware that failing to salute the Fuhrer was akin to signing his own death certificate. Knowing that it was, in fact, Hitler standing before the crowd makes the disobedience all the more admirable, but what may seem like an act of justified transgression was at its core a gesture of love. August Landmesser, the man with his arms crossed, was married to a Jewish woman. The story of August Landmesser’s anti-gesture begins, ironically enough, with the Nazi Party. In 1934, Landmesser met Irma Eckler, a Jewish woman, and the two fell deeply in love. In court, the two claimed to be unaware of Eckler’s Jewish status, as she had been baptized in a Protestant church after her mother remarried.
Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson The Gorgeous Daily Browse: Home / Photography / Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson Enlaces Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson By admin on 14/11/2013 Aww more here. Related posts Posted in Photography | Tagged Anthropology, epic, jimmy nelson, landscape, Photography, portraits, tradition, tribes, wilderness, world, world's rarest tribes « Previous Next » SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline Gregory Crewdson | The Photo Art Journey Gregory Crewdson’s large format creations set in American suburbs overflow with suspense and with the use of soundstages, lighting cranes and crews of up to forty people, his productions sound more like Hollywood movie sets. (click images to enlarge, believe me its worth it!) His cinematic images feature subjects in almost suspended animation, capturing the flicker of a moment between the before and the after. Crewdson takes this moment of catatonic confusion and extends it infinitely exploring themes of loneliness, alienation, sadness and desire. Crewdson photographs his subjects in a never-ending state of shock and the combination of their vacant faces with unnatural posing makes them seem more like props than actual people. It is this disjointedness to the surreal environments they are photographed in that creates drama, keeping the visual narrative created going. If you also think Gregory Crewdson is great, don’t forget to follow, like and comment below! Like this: Like Loading...
Amazing 19th Century Photographs of the American West by Timothy O'Sullivan Photographer Timothy H. O’Sullivan is perhaps best known for his photos of the Civil War, which include his famous “Harvest of Death” photo. But after covering the war, O’Sullivan decided to strike out West, and when he came back, he brought with him some of the earliest photos of the (quite literally) “wild” American West. O’Sullivan’s explorations of the American West were done as part of different US Government-funded expeditions. Afterwards, in 1870, he joined a survey team in Panama to survey for a canal across the isthmus, and then spent 1871 to 1874 in the southwestern United States, surveying west of the 100th meridian West under Lt. O’Sullivan was one of the first to document the prehistoric ruins and pueblo villages of the Southwest. Fortunately, thanks to the Library of Congress, we have access to many of these photos. Sadly, O’Sullivan lived a short life, dying of Tuberculosis in 1882 at the age of 42, shortly after returning from the southwest.