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Burk Uzzle: photographing America
Burk Uzzle began working as a photographer when he was 14 years old, and became the youngest contract photographer at Life magazine when he was just 23. "The great thing about working for Life was the...
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Newcastle photographic exhibition covers changes ...
Later this month, Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery will host an exhibition featuring some of the most profoundly affecting photography of the 20th Century. The exhibition will showcase the...
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Foto "Genitalpanik" für 54.000 Euro versteigert
Foto „Genitalpanik“ für 54.000 Euro versteigert Ein Vintage-Silbergelatine-Abzug der „Aktionshose: Genitalpanik“ von VALIE EXPORT ist am Freitag im Fotomuseum WestLicht um einen „Rekordpreis“ von...
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Turning the camera on Father Browne
Turning the camera on Father Browne Frank Browne is perhaps Ireland’s most famous photographer, the Jesuit whose images of the Titanic became front-page news. David Davison’s portrait brings into...
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Chau Hoang was born in Vietnam and moved to the United States in eighth grade. She did not have strong English language skills when she arrived, but La Quinta High School photography teacher Preston...
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Fitzroy Narrows: Photos capture inner-city Melbou...
Fitzroy Narrows: Photos capture inner-city Melbourne before 'trendification' In 2015, a two-bedroom terrace house inner-city Fitzroy is likely to cost you around $1 million, but 50 years ago the...
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In bed with Belmondo: Raymond Cauchetier and the ...
Raymond Cauchetier, 95, leafs through his black and white photographs piled up on a table at his home — the same rented Paris flat where he was born in 1920. “All my life I did the work that I liked,...
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Thump—it landed on the doorstep last summer like an abandoned baby: the newest biography of Marilyn Monroe, a bouncing 515 pages and obviously loved. Tucked between its covers were 51 pages of...
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Mary Ellen Mark: Documentary photographer who pun...
In 1983, LIFE magazine published her humane depiction of Seattle’s homeless youngsters in a piece entitled “Streets of the Lost”. It brought her to prominence in the US. Depicted as America’s most...
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