Tags » William Eggleston

observations

I’ve always been a big fan of his ‘electrical work’, so I’m looking forward to getting hold of a copy of his new book. 8 more words

Photographs

William Eggleston.

So far I have chosen to analyse two images from the book The William Eggleston’s Guide, 1976, always with the intention to find a possible reconciliation between apparently contrasting qualities such as subjectivity and objectivity, realism and fiction or represenational and relational aspects of photography, specifically in Eggleston’s work. 82 more words

Photography

PREVIEW: William Eggleston Portraits @National Portrait Gallery

Photographs of Dennis Hopper and an unseen image of Joe Strummer are to be included in a new exhibition at the National Portrait gallery focusing on the work of William Eggleston.  302 more words

The Tender-Cruel Camera

I’m linking today to an essay on William Eggelston called The Tender-Cruel Camera written by Thomas Weski. Here’s an excerpt.

The choice of subject matter seemed to some critics to be totally indiscriminate, as though William Eggleston has applied no criteria at all. 125 more words

Street Photography

"The Ordinary Meets Extradordinary"

This months chosen is artist is the really creative and talented Steve Taylor, who has kindly agreed to share his favourite photographs. I started following Steve on… 730 more words