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Hospitals did not make Nandini nervous. It was the doctors who never turned up on official opening hours that riled her. She could not afford being late to work. 784 more words

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Journey of two teenagers - 4

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This is the last part of the journey which we together read. So lets read together how was their Engineering Express. 424 more words

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Assignment 4 - Secondary research notes - Andreas Gursky and the Contemporary Sublime

The following notes are made after reading the article “Andreas Gursky and the Contemporary Sublime” by Alix Ohlin (1).

Ohlin’s analysis of Gursky’s work derives from ideas included in Edmund Burke’s eighteen century essay on the sublime, … 980 more words

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Assingment 4 - Secondary research notes - The "Authentic Image of the Rhine": A photographic icon by Andreas Gursky

The following notes are made after reading an abridged version of the essay The “Authentic image of the Rhine”: A photographic icon by Andreas Gursky, by Gerald Schröder, as printed in the Hayward Gallery catalogue for their Andreas Gursky 2018 exhibition (1). 997 more words

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Assignment 4 - Secondary research notes - Hayward Gallery Exhibition Guide

The following observations are made after reading the short exhibition guide handed out by the Hayward Gallery, London in connection with their retrospective exhibition of Andreas Gursky, held between 25th January and 22 April 2018. 647 more words

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Assignment 4 - Secondary research notes - 'Gusky World'

The following notes come from watching the online video “Gursky Work” presented by Ben Lewis and originally shown in channel 4 in September 2002 (1) 683 more words

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Assignment 4 - Secondary research - Interview of Andreas Gursky by Jan Schmidt-Garre

The following is a summary of my observations after looking at an interview of Andreas Gursky by Jan Schmidt-Garrre (1)

On photography and art: “I’m a photographer and I confess to that, but there’s a big difference to taking pictures at an event. 1,859 more words

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