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Thomas Joshua COOPER (b.1946)

Source: History of Photography, Peter Turner

Thomas is a Professor and Senior Researcher in Fine Art at… 473 more words


Approaching photography should be in your photography library

‘Approaching photography’ by Paul Hill and forwarded by Roger Taylor should really be a welcome addition to your photography library.

With a collection of fine images by Paul Hill, Emmett Gowin, Duane Michals and Jo Spence, Hill discusses how the camera sees photographs and how you, the viewer, should read them. 217 more words

Book Reviews

Editing at Wexner, more, more ,more

Sometimes I feel like editing is some sort of bardo or purgatory that I may or may not be delivered from/through.  However, things are progressing very nicely, and Wednesday was a “banner” day, the first time that I have looked at the edit and not thought of some other strategy that might work better, and Paul Hill and Jennifer Lange thought so, too!   465 more words

50 Million Murders And Counting

Since the Supreme Court of the United States overstepped its authority in 1973 with Roe vs. Wade, there have been an estimated 50 Million  murders legally committed–for those of you of the bleeding heart persuasion; abortions.   399 more words


When Districts Create Selective High Schools, Students Segregate by Ability. Duh?

The Hechinger Report and WBEZ Chicago just published a welcome expose by reporter Linda Lutton that confirms the obvious.  When you have school choice and when some high schools are competitive based on standardized test scores, you’ll end up with a system that sorts students by their ability as measured by test scores. 618 more words

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