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Edward Hopper & Photography: Whitney Museum of American Art

Imagine a city filled with overwhelming stillness, where lone figures wait ambiguously in deserted diners
, streets are lifeless and not a word is exchanged. This is no thriller but rather, how American realist Edward Hopper chose to capture the New York City of the 20th century – images at odds with the bustle and speed of his time, yet perhaps perfectly in tune with its underlying psychological resonance. 688 more words


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

‘American photographer Philip Lorca diCorcia is without question, one of the most influential photographers working today. You might know him for such projects as Heads  38 more words


Photographic Journey

Sebastião Salgado

“Nothing can have absolute or accidental priority in monochrome, nothing can leap out simply by virtue of its colour. Black and white puts everything on equal footing, on the same planet.”  389 more words