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Life Interrupted: A photography exhibition focused on lives altered by circumstance
Life Interrupted: A photography exhibition focused on lives altered by circumstance
The Plaxall Gallery & Long Island City Artists (LIC-A) invite you to join us for the Opening Reception of Life Interrupted curated by Orestes...
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Erik Hijweege : New Habitat
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Steven Forster:  4 Decades of New Orleans Iconography
Steven Forster: 4 Decades of New Orleans Iconography
The exhibition, open to the public, demonstrates his cultural connection with the city of New Orleans and the entertainment industry. Forster, a...
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Alexander Rodchenko. From the Still Art Foundation Collection
Alexander Rodchenko. From the Still Art Foundation Collection
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition of photographs by the outstanding Russian avant-garde artist Alexander Rodchenko...
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Coincidences by Jonathan Higbee
Coincidences by Jonathan Higbee
Coincidences, the first monograph from American photographer Jonathan Higbee, comprises over ten years of Higbee's work on the streets of New York...
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Lina Scheynius: My Photo Books
Lina Scheynius: My Photo Books
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Winner of the German Photo Book Award 2019/20: Minkkinen
Winner of the German Photo Book Award 2019/20: Minkkinen
Working with the body in natural and urban landscapes - without assistants and without manipulation - Minkkinen's self- portraiture stands as one of...
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Sony World Photography Awards reveals new categories for 2020
Sony World Photography Awards reveals new categories for 2020
Produced by the World Photography Organisation, the internationally acclaimed Sony World Photography Awards are one of the most important fixtures in...
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Koudelka Shooting Holy Land: The Disc Edition
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LOST Carmel, curated by Kris Graves
LOST Carmel, curated by Kris Graves
The Center for Photographic Art (CFPA)
From January 11, 2020 to February 23, 2020
LOST artists include Saleem Ahmed, Tim Carpenter, Nelson Chan, Isaac Diggs, Kris Graves, Sergio A. Fernández, Mercedes Jelinek, Shane Lavalette, Zun Lee, Andrea Modica, Wendy Red Star, Griselda San Martin, Steven B. Smith, Aline Smithson, Jules Slütsky, Jared Soares, Young Sohn, Shawn Theodore, Giovanni Urgelles, and Cristina Velásquez.

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Please do not Bend, the Catherine Johnson Collection

Posted on Oct 08, 2019 | Source: AKC Museum of the Dog

Please do not Bend, the Catherine Johnson Collection
In an age of digital images and millions of “selfies” being posted online, it is difficult to imagine a world where photographs were precious commodities that were not only expensive, but took a relatively long time to have produced. They often arrived in the mail, and senders frequently wrote on the envelopes: “Photos: Please do not Bend." Over several decades, scouring house sales, antique shops, and online, Catherine Johnson amassed a collection of ordinary “snapshots” of people and their dogs. Standing in contrast to the posed portraits of show dogs, the collection chronicles the vernacular of the everyday life of dogs and humans in years gone by.


Gordon Parks: The New Tide (Early Work 1940-1950)

Posted on Sep 14, 2019 | Source: Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Gordon Parks: The New Tide (Early Work 1940-1950)
© The Gordon Parks Foundation
“A guy who takes a chance, who walks the line between the known and unknown, who is unafraid of failure, will succeed.”
– Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks was part of what author Richard Wright called “the new tide” of African Americans who were pressing for respect and racial equality in the 1940s. Organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, in collaboration with The Gordon Parks Foundation, Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950 explores the early years of Parks’ career as an influential photographer who captured the essence of the civil rights movement in addition to breaking barriers for African Americans.


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