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I love this photo by Eggleston. To me it shows the effects of time in a way that is difficult to capture. Everything from the deterioration of the road to the rusty metal bin represents the hands of time. 262 more words

Gathered Leaves by Alec Soth - study visit 23.1.16

I have always liked Alec Soth (rhymes with ‘both’) for his congenial vibe on social media and could sense that he was very much “a photographers’ photographer” but this is the first time I have really engaged with his work. 2,682 more words

Research & Reflection

Not So Fast, Tom Ryan: Elizabeth Taylor's Presence and Absence In Catherine Opie's '700 Nimes Road'

In Jay Prosser’s photographic study Light in the Dark Room: Photography and Loss, Prosser analyzes the power of photography to record absence, as well as–seemingly contradictorily–presence. 979 more words


On January 19, 2010.

On January 19, 2010, “Merge” label released “Transference”, the seventh Spoon studio album. “Transference” was recorded in 2009, and was produced by Britt Daniel and Jim Eno. 108 more words


William Eggleston is one of the most influential photographers in the history of photography, promoting the advancement of color photography. Eggleston wrote that he was “at war with the obvious”, a statement which represents his work of the time very well. 121 more words


William Eggleston: Paris (Steidl & Partners, 2009)

In response to an invitation from the Fondation Cartier, William Eggleston has been spending three years working on a major photography project in Paris. 201 more words


Wednesday, December 9th

Why God made “repeat.”

Morton Feldman (1926-1987; MCOTD Hall of Fame), Coptic Light (1986); Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Peter Eotvos, cond.), live, Amsterdam, 1998… 6 more words

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