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Becher, Bernd & Hilla

Fforchaman Colliery, Rhondda Valley, South Wales, United Kingdom

1966

Knutange, Lorraine, France

1971

Water Towers

1988

Source: http://www.moma.org/collection/artists/8095?=undefined&page=1

Photography

1715 Phlogiston Theory

  • Becher believed in Paracelsus’s three principles, which categorized earth under Sulfur, Mercury, and Salt. He believed that the fatty earth present in sulfur is the element that makes is flammable…
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Typology

In one section of my portfolio I am using a topographic format to display my abstract interpretations of the sea.

Typology is the systematic classification of types that have characteristics or traits in common. 548 more words

Photographer Studies

Becher Water Towers

Although the context of Bernd and Hilla Becher ‘Water Towers’ is in no way similar to my assignment, the visuals of the body of work is. 168 more words

Photography