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Review Round Up... William Eggleston: Portraits, National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery showcases the work of the American photographer from the 1960’s to the present day – but what have critics said about it?  157 more words

Haiku Trilogy, Scarecrow Art

“If they only had – brains they wouldn’t just stand there – between dirt and sky

“Photographers know – that the middle of nowhere – is always somewhere” 13 more words

William Eggleston 

According to an Italian restaurant chain, Carluccio’s, MOF MOF is the abbreviation for “Minimum Of Fuss, Maximum Of Flavour”, I chirped to Hubbie who was fiddling with his Leica as we waited for our early supper at Carluccio’s by Tate Modern, Bankside. 358 more words


A3 Research - Survivors in Ukraine: Stephen Shore


Stephen Shore’s Survivors in Ukraine (1) is highly relevant as research for assignment 3. It documents a community, albeit one defined by age and ethnicity as opposed to geography, and Shore, in this instance, might be described as a connected outsider. 2,923 more words

Research & Reflection

William Eggleston - The Extraordinary Ordinary (in colour)

Another photographer capturing beauty in the everyday life. Here’s a nice post about what you can take away from his work. He’s also obsessed with cameras, he has about 300 canon and Leica analogue cameras. 26 more words


Thoughts - May 09, 2016

2nd Week at home. Going back to work this Thursday.
I’ve been diagnosed with something I did not even know existed. Yet it is one of these things that affect people in modern society.  300 more words