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Remebering René Burri Legendary Magnum photographer René Burri past away at the age of 81 after a long battle with cancer.
Miami Street Photography Festival Photographers from all over the world were invited to submit their images for a chance to be selected as a finalist and take part of an exhibition at the Miami Street Photography Festival.
The Voyeuristic Lens Even before the first daguerreotype was created, artists were striving to depict moments as if they had been stumbled into or stealthily discovered- bathing nudes, nubile odalisques- personal, private moments of increased intimacy, scenes the viewer was not normally privy too.
Post-Mortem Photography While the practice of...
Dead Times- Mexico City, Mexico
Statement: Everyday hundreds of thousands of inhabitants of the Metropolitan area of the Mexico City travel long routes inside the public transportation to arrive at places of study, work or for some other service. On these trips some people use the time to read, study or eat, but the fatigue and the routine are made evident and incessantly people sleep or simply are engrossed in the weightlessness of their thoughts. As for me during these displacements, the illumination and the temporality have become starring elements that reveal before me unique moments within this particular and daily panorama, and is the reason for my constant watching, eager to testify how the light travels and disperses to give life to "Dead Times."
Paris Magnum- The Capital Through The Eyes Of Magnum Photos
Hôtel de Ville / Paris City Hall, Paris, France, December 12- March 28, 2015
For 80 years the photographers of Magnum Photos - Cartier-Bresson, Capa, Riboud, Parr, Depardon… - have presented their view of the metamorphoses of Paris and its inhabitants. A sensitive and challenging testimony, presented through 150 shots, at Paris City Hall from 12th December 2014 to 28th March 2015. As witnesses to their times, the photojournalists of Magnum Photos immortalise eighty years of the history of Paris.
As both witnesses and artists of their time, the photojournalists of Magnum Photos testified to the changes of the 20th century. In the “Paris Magnum” exhibition, almost eighty years of the history of Paris are played out under their...
Arnold Genthe (January 8, 1869- August 9, 1942)
"Looking Down Sacramento Street, San Francisco, April 18, 1906"
Arnold Genthe was a German-born American who emigrated to San Francisco in 1895 where worked as a tutor and taught himself photography. He would eventually make a name for himself as a portrait photographer and opened up a studio in the late 1890s. Although the San Francisco eartquake and fire of 1906 destroyed his studio he made his most famous photograph (above) from its aftermath. Genthe moved to New York City in 1911 where he worked as a portrait photographer until his death in 1942. Arnold Genthe portraits included Sarah Bernhardt, Jack London, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, John D. Rockefeller, Greta Garbo, and Isadora Duncan.
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