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‘Important Photographs…’Auction Results

Last week was a hectic week for Christie’s Photography department. As well as 3 auctions related to the MoMA photography sales, there was also the sale of 45 Important Photographs from the Collection of Donald and Alice Lappe. 124 more words


No More Sublime

Like many photographers I have one or two subjects that I keep coming back to again and again. Landscape for me is that subject. My initial introduction to what photography can be came through photographers like Minor White, Paul Caponigro and Edward Weston and maybe a little bit of Ansel Adams. 206 more words


Exercise 4.5


The brief:  Search for Google images on a subject, then add your own images paying particular attention to the criteria for creativity. (imagination, invention, experimentation and development of a personal voice). 523 more words


Creativity - What is it?


This exercise is about thinking and noting the difficulties in getting a ‘new’ vision of anything or anywhere.

This shows a Google screenshot of Mount Fuji – classic images, all very similar… 305 more words


Joan E. Bauer: Manzanar



for Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston,

            author of Farewell to Manzanar


The word, Spanish for apple orchard

but by 1942, no orchards in the Owens Valley. 553 more words


Sotheby’s Photographs Auction, October 2017

On the 5th of October 2017 Sotheby’s New York will be auctioning off a selection of diverse and historic photographs in its Photographs auction, among the collection are prints by Edward Weston, Lewis Baltz, Eugene Atget, Ansel Adams, William Eggleston, Robert Frank (including his infamous ‘New Orleans (trolley)’ photograph ), Gustave Le Gray, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Mapplethorpe. 114 more words