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Wherever there is light, one can photograph.  — Alfred Stieglitz

It’s always a mystery as to what fabulous photos will appear on Leanne’s blog later today. 40 more words


Charles Sheeler: American Precisionism

Charles Sheeler (American precisionism, modern artist and photographer, 1883-1965) – Conversation, Sky & Earth (1939, via Charles Sheeler’s Power series published in Fortune magazine… 14 more words


Aaron Copland

On this day in 1900, American composer Aaron Copland was born. Copland is remembered as the quintessential American composer who created music reflective of the spirit of the nation. 110 more words


How Photography Became Art

Although photography quickly became popular after its invention, it was mainly considered to be a craft and not an art form at all. For nearly one hundred years it had no place in art shows or art galleries, and photographers were only seen as technicians, not artists. 610 more words


Paul Strand at Philly Museum

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is currently showing a major retrospective of the photography of Paul Strand. The show runs until January 4th, 2015. It is a varied collection of Strand’s work over about a 50 year period and surveys his work from street portraits to abstraction and much more. 133 more words