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Sebastião Salgado: my adventures at the ends of the Earth

by Jonathan Jones He has spent his life taking epic, mind-swarming photographs of gold mines, oil fields and genocide. But now Sebastião Salgado is turning his lens on the planet’s last undamaged places Hundreds of people are swarming up ladders, scaling the cliff-like sides of a...
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An Artist Who Prefers Empty Spaces

For her show at Manhattan’s Sean Kelly Gallery opening May 8, German photographer Candida Höfer will exhibit about 15 photographs shot recently in Düsseldorf to demonstrate how her photographic style has split in two. By Mary M. Lane May 3, 2015 9:29 p.m. ET COLOGNE, Germany—...
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Idris Khan: blurred lines | Art and design | The Guardian

Idris Khan’s studios are full of light, cluttered in an enviable and rather chic fashion, everything the successful young artist could aspire to, with assistants working away, a lovely kitchen, a palpable feeling of success and energy – and C-types up on the wall. I must confess...
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Tom Murphy, San Francisco, 1948 gelatin silver print The Minor White Archive, Princeton University Art Museum

Minor White, Who Lived A Life In Photographs, Saw Images As Mirrors : NPR

by Susan Stamberg When we point smartphones at our kids or smile for a selfie, we’re not necessarily thinking of photography as an art form. But in the early days of the medium, when big cameras and flashbulbs were lugged around and propped on tripods, art was often the...
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