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JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 09.02.17

With no great eloquence or excitement, I mark the turn of the page, the design of a new month.

The flame of summer extinguishes on Monday, Labor Day. 225 more words

Visual Week In Review

Helen Levitt's Snapshots of New York Street Life

On the 31st of August 1913, American photographer Helen Levitt was born in Brooklyn, New York. Alongside Berenice Abbott and Ruth Orkin, Levitt tried to document the changing life of New York. 674 more words


Preview: Pairs and Apples, Helen Levitt, Laurence Miller Gallery, NYC

Laurence Miller Gallery now has on exhibit one the best yet underappreciated to capture the NYC streets, Helen Levitt.

Laurence Miller Gallery presents HELEN LEVITT: PAIRS AND APPLES from June 14 – July 21. 

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Modernist Women's Literature and Photography

Lorraine Sim discusses how the women of modernism allow us to reimagine the ordinary and the everyday

What inspired you to write Ordinary Matters? 1,594 more words

Sunday, May 14th

like nobody else

Rev. Utah Smith (1906-1965), “Two Wings,” 1953



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Helen Levitt (1913-2009, MCOTD Hall of Fame), New York, c. 1940

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Photo of the Day: Helen Levitt, 1971

Helen Levitt’s 1970s color photos  resonate with a distinctive color palette, full of blue, turquoise, green and red hues. Her shots are of people, alive in their environment, rich in the structure of “ordinariness,” and not simply adornments found in a grey-hued urban landscape. 436 more words

Street Photography