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ED. NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect more accurately the current value of photographer William Eggleston’s work.
It’s an artist’s dilemma: collectors are often more eager to buy a well-established artist’s early work than whatever he or she may be putting out now. 1,259 more words
Street photography is a form of documentary photography, although unlike photojournalism or reportage, it rarely tells a story (Lederman, 2012:288-291). Henri Cartier-Bresson (b.1908) photographic practice was characterised as a lying in wait ‘for all the messy contingency of the world to compose itself into an image that he judged to be both productive of visual information and aesthetically pleasing’ (Wells, 2004:73). 1,300 more words
During the drive back from Roanoke yesterday, it was while the overture to Rossini’s The Thieving Magpie was playing that Julien spotted the most cows along the highway. 741 more words