livingadreamylife: “ (via II - Photographer “Claudia Gerhard (70MilliMeter)” - Portrait - Europe/Germany/Brandenburg/Potsdam - STRiKiNG Portfolios / Photography Gallery - The best of international Contemporary Photography - just striking pictures |...

livingadreamylife: “ (via II - Photographer “Claudia Gerhard - Portrait - Europe/Germany/Brandenburg/Potsdam - STRiKiNG Portfolios / Photography Gallery - The best of international Contemporary Photography - just striking pictures

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contem

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Production Still (Clover Street)

Contemporary Photography: Gregory Crewdson Long depth of field, emphasizing the colours and contrasts within lights and rustic features of the traditional wooden homes.

Haunted contemporary photography | video | performance - Guggenheim Museum. Strange!!

Art of the Day: Joan Jonas Mirror Piece I, 1969 Chromogenic print 101 x cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Purchased with funds contributed by the Photography Committee © 2010 Joan Jonas

November 17, 2011 | New Photography | by  Nini Baseema|    One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital. The result is breathtaking: an emotional collection of commuting individuals, with each portrait telling a unique story.

Tokyo Compression photo essay by Michael Wolf

November 2011 New Photography by Nini Baseema One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital.

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