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Daily: art BOMB’s Oral History Project documents the life stories of New York City’s African American artists. Adger Cowans is a renowned fine arts photographer and painter whose works have been shown by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, International Museum of Photography, Museum of Modern Art, The Studio Museum of Harlem, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Harvard Fine Art Museum, Detroit Art Institute, James E. Lewis Museum and numerous other art institutions. His photographs were highlighted in the exhibition, Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in 2001. Cowans was awarded the Lorenzo il Magnifico alla Carriera in recognition of a Distinguished Career at the 2001 Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art. Conscientious Photography Magazine Conscientious Photography Magazine is a website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography. It offers profiles of photographers, in-depth interviews, photobook reviews, and general articles about photography and related issues. Founder and editor Jörg M. Colberg began publishing Conscientious in 2002.
Photography by Gabriela Minks Gabriela Minks is a talented 22 years old semi-professional photographer based in Florianópolis, Brazil. 10 most Influential Active Street Photographers Update After quite a few suggestions from you, the StreetHunters.net Readers, we added an extra section at the bottom of the post called “Influential Active Street Photographers recommended by our Readers”. Enjoy! Introduction During the past years Street Photography has become widely accepted as a form of art and expression.
i’m jealous of twin-niwt i’m jealous of twin-niwt Ok, before the love, I have to start by saying that tumblr ain’t my favorite thing in the world. It just seems to be a giant sea of images that rarely link back to the artist who made the work. That drives me nuts!