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Album of the Day: William Eggleston, “Musik”

Culled from hours of home recordings, Musik reveals celebrated shutterbug William Eggleston to be as musically restless as he is photographically frank. The bulk of these synthesizer- or piano-based improvisations have the malleable character of phantasms. 167 more words

Featured Music

Project 1 - reflection point

For this piece of work, we are asked to consider the sentence below, with reference to the work of William Eggleston and Richard Wentworth:

The real location, found objects and characters, combined with technology and the photographer’s eye, come together to create a new world, one balanced loosely between recognition and art. 632 more words

Video Story Critique

This is a brief video story done by the New York Times as part of their “T Greats” series, which highlights a variety of artists and icons that have made an impact on our cultural landscape. 378 more words

Critique

'Photographs' - writing exercise

I love using images to generate language – and this week in the weekly writing workshop I facilitate for people in addiction recovery, we looked at five photographs – three by Mary Ellen Mark, and two by William Eggleston: 77 more words

Poetry

WILLIAM EGGLESTON: "Draft of a Presentation" (2003) - AMERICAN SUBURB X

“It’s hard for me to describe the fascination that William Eggleston’s photographs exert on me. More than twenty years ago, I bought William Eggleston’s Guide, the catalogue of his solo show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1976.” 14 more words

Great Photographers