“A photographer solves a picture, more than composes one.”
Really, this photographer is toxic to me. I don’t understand WHY his pictures are so gorgeous.357 more words
When I find a structure like this, an Art-Pattern, I’m as happy as a kid who found a colored beetle under a rock. Here it is : 416 more words
Bonjour tout le monde !
In the preface of a French photography book called “Habiter en France” (“To live in France”, by Raymond Depardon), the writer says that it’s one of the most intimate question : “Why do you live in this place?”. 332 more words
“’Whenever I find myself copying myself—making pictures whose problems I’ve already solved—I give myself new issues to pursue.’ Never locking into one style, always moving forward, considering each image as a problem to solve: these practices have defined Stephen Shore’s work for the past fifty years, regardless of his techniques and processes, whether shooting in color or black and white, using a view camera or the digital technologies of print-on-demand or Instagram. 777 more words
Taken from Work Stations (1986-1988) by Anna Fox
The plan for A3 is to start off in the office so with this in mind, I reviewed Anna Fox’s seminal series… 855 more words