To combine cinematography with photography, Wall took his camera out of the studio along with lights and actors with the intention ofmaking pictures with the look of films from the 1970s that would lend a sharp, documentary style to his pieces. By Graham W. Bell In 1982, Wall took his photography to the street. Combining the aesthetic […]
“One should not assume that the “error” of the apparatus is simply a program waiting to occur”
A Young Man in Curlers at Home on West 20th Street (N.Y.C. 1966) Arbus uses a strong flash to create a high-contrast photograph in “A Young Man in Curlers at Home on West 20th Street,” which is representative of the strong, conflicting ideologies of Americans in the 1960s. The man’s face is stark white compared […]
“If you want to have sex we should do it now and kind of quick, because my boyfriend is out in the parking lot…”
Each image still serves as a living testament of sorts, but as winter approaches, I fear they will begin to form colonies of graves, for which, I have no answers.
“These photographs are clearly fixed facts of the real world impartially recorded by the camera, but they are something more as well.”
Queen of Hearts, 1943-46 @ The Willem de Kooning Foundation “It is very interesting to notice that a lot of people who want to take the talking out of painting, for instance, do nothing else but talk about it.” – Willem de Kooning What Abstract Art Means to Me By Willem de Kooning, February […]
Now, it’s hard to defend yourself if you are in possession of the ‘white privilege’, as I am…
There are no names, just awkward glue marks and yellowing tape- completing a metaphor for the supine bodies within.
Let’s take the thing on its own terms: a book about trendy photographic art, swaddled in equivocal definitions of magic.
It all happened in a second. With the rumbling of a great sound. On the next day, it was snowing, and people were freezing in cold recalling that scene… By Sunil Shah, ASX, September 2015 The story starts from greeting a woman. Recording #1 23’ 34” 02 “It all happened in a second. With the […]
Daisuke Yokota’s Subversive Appreciation of Time.