LOS ANGELES, April 5— Max Yavno, a California photographer best known for his black and white photographs of Los Angeles and San Francisco in the 1940's, died Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Hospital here. He was 73 years old. ''His specific creative genius was his ability to capture a vignette of humanity while maintaining strong composition,'' said G. Ray Hawkins, who displayed the photographer's ...Читать далее →
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For several years now, photographer Floriane de Lassee has been building Night Views, a series in which vast cityscapes and the intimate lives of the people who inhabit them are brought together in a provocative fusion. de Lassee, a native of France, came to New York to study at the International Center of Photography in 2003. She became fascinated by ...Читать далее →
Florian Böhm, born in 1969, lives and works in Munich and New York. He has exhibited his work at various international institutions including KunstWerke Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York), Haus der Kunst (Munich), Fondazione Adriano Olivetti (Rome), and Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain (Paris). He was co-founder of the project EndCommercial® / Reading the ...Читать далее →
Для тих, хто ніколи не був у Китаї, ці ілюстрації здадуться фантастичними. Серія Алена Делорма (Alain Delorme), названа “Manufactured Totems” – це портрети трудових мігрантів, що працюють у Китаї. Ці чоловіки – справжні герої, які тягнуть на свої тендітні плечі десятикратні важкості. Як новий реаліст, Ален Делорм показує тонку грань дійсності і надає їй ніким не помічене значення. Ефемерні та нестійкі купи ...Читать далее →
I live in this city for more than 15 years, I love it for its beauty and for its diversity, this is my modest contribution to the collective memory .... be my guest, enjoy ! In relation with paris you may want to visit my "21th century PARIS" gallery : THE MODERN SIDE OF PARIS SEE ALSO the MISTY MORNING in PARIS AND ...Читать далее →
Eugene Atget (1856-1927) Architecture, Documentary Eugene Atget photographed Paris for thirty years. With a singleness of purpose rarely excelled, he made his incredible monument to a city. When he died in 1927 he left approximately 2000 eight by ten inches glass plates and almost 10,000 prints, not counting the plates deposited in the Palais Royale archives. Here is one of the most extraordinary ...Читать далее →
, originally from Toronto, Canada, graduated from Parson School of Design in New York City in 1996 and has been based in New York City ever since. After success in the commercial world doing ad campaigns internationally for companies from American Express, Davidoff, New York Times to name a few as well as magazines from Vanity Fair, Travel and Leisure, GQ, ...Читать далее →