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Seen: Gordon Parks x Cafe window // Paris,1964

Gordon Parks, Cafe window, Paris, 1964

c/r Gordon Parks.


Moving pictures, #33

It seems to be mostly US films in this post, but that’s just the way the rental DVDs came. And all but one film are from the 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die list too. 1,949 more words


Six Skulls (for Halloween)

Andreas Feininger, Ritual Skull, 1969, (841.1976)

Vu, June 29, 1932 (2009.61.20) (One cover photo by André Kertész.)

Vu, April 3, 1935 ( 95 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Video: Half Past Autumn -- The Life and Work of Gordon Parks

This full-length documentary portrays Gordon Parks (November 30, 1912 – March 7, 2006), a true renaissance man with major achievements as a photographer, journalist, novelist, poet, composer, and filmmaker. 509 more words

Opinion Leaders

Gordon Parks Photography: Some of My Favorites

Gordon Parks is not only one of my favorite photographer- artists, but he is also an icon that has captured some of the most memorable photos for legendary magazines like Life and has directed classics like Shaft. 32 more words


Looking Up Hancock St. Gordon Parks 1937 / Joey C 2015

Hancock St looking up toward City Hall Gloucester from Rogers Street. Bottom right in the photo would be Topside Grill and bottom left in the photo would be Turtle Ally. 55 more words

Community Photos

Just Walking Around the Mid-Hudson Valley

The segments of the trip swing open like an orange.
There is light in there, and mystery and food.

—John Ashbery, Just Walking Around

The photographs were taken on September walks in Innisfree Garden, on the Walkway Over the Hudson, and in Beacon’s Long Dock Park. 543 more words