All Photographs (by Artists Known as Photographers) in the Whitney Museum’s Inaugural Show, “America Is Hard to See” Well, Almost All. Starting from the top, the eighth floor, here are all the photographs in the new Whitney Museum’s first exhibition, “America Is Hard to See.” Nearly all, as it turns out–it seems I missed a
All the Photographs at the New Whitney Museum: “America Is Hard to See” Show
Sea in Blue: A Post Twilight Sea in Sicily Just after sun set, a blue shimmer appeared over the Mediterranean in Sicily.
While wandering off the straight-as-an-arrow dirt road in the Prairies, a clump of trees appeared, and through one showed the moon in the near complete darkness. The only other sounds besides my footsteps in the tall grass were crickets. From the fine art photography series, “Between.”
Follow the Mountain, and Inspirational Tips for Artists/Fine Art Photographers, From Writer Neil Gaiman
Feeling Lost? Head Toward the Mountain Neil Gaiman – Inspirational Commencement Speech at the University of the Arts 2012 Perhaps oddly, I came across inspiration in a room at 48 Wall Street at around 7:30pm on a Tuesday night. In a bombast-free discussion, happily, (by Mitchell Reichgut, CEO of JUN Group, a great person) pointed
Photography Abounds at Frieze New York As the 2015 edition of Frieze New York makes it way back to Randell’s Island once again, a range of photographs can found. But there seem to be less of the “usual suspects,” and more of a mix of European and Asian work. Below are a few notable
Learning Fine Art Photography Being an artist/photographer starts not necessarily with a camera but by quietly observing all. Translating this creative vision to a photographic print will come later. Have a Voracious Eye Look at everything; have a voracious eye. Be open to all, and study (without leering), for example, how the man across from
Is There a “Snapchat Aesthetic”? Similar to the “snapshot” aesthetic that developed out the 60s, and influenced artists such as Garry Winogrand and Diane Arbus and many others, it’s important to review popular culture’s usage of current image making tools. In the sixties and seventies, easy to use cameras brought photography to the masses; today,
What’s for Breakfast? This photograph is from the series on my father. I think this is what he had for breakfast for many decades (the place mats certainly seem to have been in use for many years).
Mysterious Night Landscape Photography: A Car Appears Over Mountain, Newfoundland @SteveGiovinco
Mysterious Night Landscape Photography: A Car Appears Over Mountain, Newfoundland @SteveGiovinco Taken just after twilight ended, a lone car appeared just as I began making this photograph. was a slightly long exposure, which captured the car’s headlight as it curved around the road, heading into the valley. From the photographic series, “Between.”
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