Category Archives: Photography

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Evan Lee: Impressionistic Photography

. . . . . . Evan Lee Clark and Faria via Canadian Art

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Marwencol- A War to Remember

. . . . Ten years ago Mark Hogancamp was bludgeoned into a coma outside of a bar by 5  men.   When he awoke, Mark found that he could not walk, eat, or speak, or remember much of anything.  … Continue reading

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Faded Memories

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Stormtroopers 365 – Pop gesture.

. . . . . . Stormtroopers 365 via BoingBoing

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Zoe McMahon – A Photograph in Oil

. . . . . . Zoe McMahon via Art Sponge

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Ardiles Rante “Capturing the Innocence of Youth”

. . . . . Ardiles Rante via Daily Mail

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Ruud Van Empel- Photosurrealistic

. . . . . . Ruud Van Empel Fine Art photography via Trendland

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Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin – It Figures

. . . . . . Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin

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Marc Baruth – “Photographing Perception”

. . . . . . Marc Baruth uberelastic

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JR – “Eyes Wide Open”

JR 28mm: Women PHOTO PHNOM PENH FESTIVAL

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Alice Hawkins “Beauty and the Beast”

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Rune Guneriussen “Taken Out Of Context….”

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Robert Polidori – “The Building of a Photograph”

Robert Polidori, Nicholas Metivier Gallery

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William Eggleston “Beauty in Ordinary Scenes”

“The MOMA show (1976) is regarded as a watershed moment in the history of photography, by marking “the acceptance of colour photography by the highest validating institution” … Eggleston’s was the first one-person exhibition of colour photographs in the history … Continue reading

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