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Prick Photography

William Eggleston: Portraits (National Portrait Gallery, 21 July-23 October 2016) 1,088 more words

Capturing Obsession

Lens Based Media 

Immediately from the moment of being the brief ‘Obsession’, I found that I gravitated to the idea of  control. But to fully explore the brief, group mind map work and my own strands of concepts were looked at. 964 more words


William Eggleston Portraits at The National Portrait Gallery London

Think of a William Eggleston photograph and it most likely will not feature any people. He is celebrated for his experimental use of colour and the way that he sees complexity and beauty in the mundane and perhaps most likely you will recall simple slices of rural American life: a tangle of wires on a red ceiling, a child’s bike, a coke machine, old gas stations or simply a patch of wall. 552 more words

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William Eggleston at The NPG

I wish I could say I had known all about and studied ‘legendary Memphis photographer’ William Eggleston before I read about the current exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. 305 more words


Exhibition visit: William Eggleston ‘Portraits’ at the National Portrait Gallery, London

Previously reviewing William Eggleston (see here) as part of a wider focus on the impact of colour photography I have always respected his work but just had n’t appreciated the true of magnitude of his art. 1,266 more words