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Cantor Arts Center - Robert Frank in America

In 1955 and 1956, Swiss-born photographer Robert Frank (b. 1924) traveled throughout the United States on a Guggenheim Fellowship, photographing ordinary people in their everyday lives. 599 more words

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Staying with Joel Meyerowitz exhibition for a little longer I have to admit I am a creature who does like to copy the style of the masters, although I have to admit I soon weary of copying and move onto something else. 227 more words

Moving on from Graham: Evoking meaning

So I know that the realist approach won’t work for me but rather than deliberate anymore I reviewed some of my Landscape of Disability images and attempted new visual statements that were more personal. 124 more words


The shameful hiatus

This respite has been unmerited and irresponsible. If one has the occasional reader, then respect is due and I have been remiss. I apologize.

I am no longer employed. 263 more words


Photographic style: the good, the bad and the ‘necessary ugly’ - Part 1

This is the start of a three part essay exploring ‘personal photographic style’. It is not an analysis of what constitutes photographic style per se but more a reflection on how it is arrived at (if at all). 1,111 more words


"I feel that if my photograph leaves an image on [your] mind--something has ..."

“I feel that if my photograph leaves an image on mind–something has has been accomplished”

- “Robert Frank, American, photographer, film (photograph by Robert Frank, London, 1952) 70 more words