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Louisiana Channel

A great video of 11 artists on photography from the Louisiana Channel

From Louisianan Channel: “We are so oversaturated with images, so it’s about one question: Can I hold you – can I get you to look at an image for longer than a second?” Watch Catherine Opie, Wim Wenders, Jeff Wall and 8 other artists on the power and potential of...
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The Print Center’s 93rd ANNUAL International Competition deadline June 12th

CALL FOR ENTRIES The Print Center is very pleased to announce the 93rd ANNUAL International Competition juried by José Diaz and Lisa Sutcliffe. Diaz is the Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. Lisa Sutcliffe is the Curator of Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee...
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An-My Lê, The Silent General: Fragment II, Fourth of July, Party Boat, Bayou St. John, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017

This Land, a Photo Exhibition at Pier 24 Opens June 1st

This Land June 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019 This Land focuses on work made throughout the United States within the past decade. The photographers assembled here examine aspects of the country’s current social climate, from the mundane to the politicized. The exhibition’s title...
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Mark Seliger says a sense of humor is what differentiates his portraits. Above, comedian Jerry Seinfeld as the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz. Mark Seliger

‘Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten’, Says Photographer Mark Seliger

Seliger has made portraits of actors, rock stars and presidents. The challenge, he says, is to “create something that’s never been done before.” A new book collects images from his last 30 years. by Ari Shapiro For decades, Americans have seen celebrities...
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What to Consider Before You Pitch Your Photo Book | PDN Online

Five experienced editors and publishers on what photographers should consider before they pitch a photo book to publishers. By Conor Risch This is an exciting time for photography book publishing. Digital printing has lowered the costs and other barriers to self-publishing, and...
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Bieke Depoorter

7 Young Artists Making a Big Impression at Photo London | artnet News

The Belgian photographer Bieke Depoorter was only 25 years old when she joined the Magnum photography collective. by Javier Pes Classic images by the big beasts of photography are on show—and sale—at Photo London, the fourth edition of which opens to the public today, May 17, at...
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Roger Ballen: Ballenesque Interview at ASX

“Archetypal symbols from the human subconscious dominate my imagery.” By Brad Feuerhelm I chose to reference a modern psychological house or hotel of horrors in which to situate this interview with Roger. I did not feel that I could express the way his work infects my thoughts by...
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The Art and Friendship of Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti in a Laura Mulvey Documentary

In 1984, feminist filmmaker Laura Mulvey made an essayistic movie about these two artists who lived and worked in post-revolutionary Mexico. Elisa Wouk Almino In my experience, it’s hard to come across an analysis of Frida Kahlo that doesn’t obsessively fixate on her biography....
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The SQ6 Is Fujifilm’s First All-Analogue Camera to Take Instax Square Film

The SQ6 boasts a mutli-exposure mode, selfie mode and a front-facing mirror to compose said selfie. Oh, and there’s new Instax Square film coming too. By Greg Scoblete Compared to cameras that accept Instax Mini instant film, the number of cameras that use the new Square...
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William Eggleston, “Santa Monica” (ca. 1974) dye-transfer print, 17 11/16 x 12 in. (45 x 30.5 cm) the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, promised gift of Jade Lau (© Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London/Hong Kong)

Reconsidering the Political Detachment of Eggleston’s Images

This exhibition of William Eggleston’s color photographs developed from negatives made between 1965 and 1974, reminds me of the tagline from the 1969 film Easy Rider: “A man went looking for America, and couldn’t find it anywhere … ” Julia Friedman Los Alamos, a set of William...
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