A History of Photography at the University of Notre Dame: Twentieth Century is a survey of the history of modern photography as told through some of the past century’s most famous images and celebrated artists. The book is written by David Acton, Ph.D. He is the Milly and Fritz Kaeser Curator of Photographs at the […]
A Photographic Project by Jessica Paullus I became aware of Jessica Paullus’ work in the past couple years, and then was suggested to get in touch with her through a third person. After Jessica and I had spoken and had some conversation about the work, I became more greatly attuned to the gravity of her project, […]
2020 Filter Photo FestivalSeptember 9th – 13th Filter Photo is pleased to announce the 12th Annual Filter Photo Festival, a multi-day celebration of photography. Due to COVID-19, this year’s Festival will take place primarily online – with a robust line-up of virtual programming, alongside hybrid physical and online exhibitions. Photography curators, collectors, and critics from […]
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Combining punches of color, intense natural light and ironic visuals, this photographer commentates on the gloom of dying industries in the wake of political promise.
Diane Kaye’s website, http://www.fineartbotanicals.net/, features only camera-less work. Each photograph is a contact print. A light or moving light beam is directed on the object, which is then recorded on black & white photo paper, or to a digital file via a scan head. “These subjects, most of them […]
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What was old is new again – A conversation with the past
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The World Press Photo recently announced the creation of a new contest whereby the documentary photos in it would not be limited by their manner of creation. Murabayashi raises an important question about what criteria documentary photographers should be obligated to when telling a story through photography. Here is the link to his post, decide […]