Archived entries for photographers

Joseph Minek

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Juliet Ferguson

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Stolen Images

Does photography demand a presence or are photographs taken using appropriated cameras controlled from another country in another time zone just as valid as ‘created’ images?

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Jos Jansen

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Battlefields – Traces of human behaviour.

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Cooper

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Cooper is a 10 year old American Shorthair cat living in Seattle. Once a week he wears a lightweight digital camera fastened to his collar, which snaps a new photo every 2 minutes.

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Randy West

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I’m not picking up after you anymore
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Adrian Sauer

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16,777,216 colors, 125 x 476, Digital C-Print, 2010

Each one of the possible 16,777,216 colours in the 8-bit color mode
is represented exactly one time, and randomly distributed, in the picture

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Yanai Toister

Our intention today is to examine the blurring boundaries between code,
image and language, between art-history, traditional artistic mediums and new media.


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Simon Read

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Still Time
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Patrick Bailly-Maître-Grand

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Amy Theiss Giese

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Concealed at first at last I appear
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Jan Paul Evers

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Paradigmatase, 2012.

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Stefan Heyne

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Richard Caldicott

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Chance / Fall (3), 2010.
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Cornelia Parker

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The Collected Death of Images (detail), 1996.
Reclaimed silver from photographic fix.

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Floris Neusüss

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The Latticed Window, Lacock Abbey
Knowing of the resonance of the place, and the philosophical implications of the window image, Neusüss covered the interior of the window with photographic paper at night. He exposed the paper by shining a light from outside. The resulting photogram recreates the subject of Talbot’s negative.

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Gottfried Jäger

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Concrete Photography
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August Strindberg

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Celestographs, 1894
Placing his photographic plates on a window sill
or perhaps directly on the ground and letting them
be exposed to the starry sky.
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Marco Breuer

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Tremors #3
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known for his radical approach to the medium. Much of his work is undertaken without the aid of a camera, aperture, or film, being instead produced through a combination of photogrammic, abrasive, and incisive techniques.
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Andre Pinkowski

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Singer Liz McClarnon opening the New Look Shop in Liverpool, UK.

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MATERIAL LIGHT

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MATERIAL LIGHT is an exhibition of comtemporary and historical works which examine the material nature of the photographic image.

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Now Light, where it exists, can exert an action, and, in certain circumstances, does exert one sufficient to cause changes in material bodies.
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David Emitt Adams

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Conversations with History

Pati Hill

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Making copies is very near to speaking.
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Trevor Paglen

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Trinity Cube (2015)

Irradiated broken glass collected from inside the Fukushima Exclusion Zone forms the outer layer of this sculpture. The work’s inner core is made out of Trinitite, the mineral created on July 16, 1945 when the United States exploded the world’s first atomic bomb near Alamogordo, New Mexico, heating the desert’s surface to the point where it turned surface sand into a greenish glass.

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Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.
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Lucas Blalock

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I started to think of the real and the false in this way partially through Jean-Luc Godard, which, in turn, led me to Bertolt Brecht’s ideas about theatre, and gave me a model for thinking about photography. link
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Chris Fraser

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Eidolon, Sylvania 120PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30, 2012 (light installation)
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Rika Noguchi

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Her “Sun” series (begun in 2005) shot the sun using a pinhole camera,
emphasizing a very Earth-bound perception of the solar body.
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Yang Yongliang

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The Night of Perpetual Day

Shinichi Maruyama

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Suzanne Mooney

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The Edge of Collapse

Simon Pyle

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Surveillance Camera Obscura

Jorma Puranen

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SHADOWS, REFLECTIONS AND ALL THAT SORT OF THING

Drew Nikonowicz

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Katja Mater

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Parallel Planes

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Celebrating RGB Colour Space

Alfred Stieglitz

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Equivalents is a series of photographs of clouds
taken by Alfred Stieglitz from 1925 to 1934.
They are generally recognized as the first photographs
intended to free the subject matter from literal interpretation,
and, as such, are some of the first completely abstract
photographic works of art.

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Brice Bischoff

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Bronson Caves

In the series of photographs titled Bronson Caves, the caves served as a stage set yet again. I performed actions for the camera with massive sheets of colored paper. Since a long-exposure photograph was produced rather than a motion picture, the papers were recorded as voluminous, glowing colors. The materiality of the rainbowed forms, emerging from the mouth of the cave, dancing about the canyon, and bubbling up from the ground, are based solely in the photographic process, and can only be experienced when viewing the final photographic prints. If a visitor to the caves were to accidently stumble upon my performance they would only see a mass of crumbled colored paper draped awkwardly over a man moving/dancing to a camera positioned on a tripod. The goal of these performances was to create sculptural, photographic objects that interacted with the history and architecture of the caves.

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Myou Ho Lee

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Physical Isolation and its Visual Confirmation

Myoung Ho Lee separates subjects from their original circumstances to derange the difference between subject and image. His work reveals nature by twists and turns, a little fabrication and optical illusion.

Myoung Ho Lee enacts his works as ‘a series of discourses on deconstruction in the photography-act’.

His works are largely composed by following four procedures:
1. Selection of The Subject
2. Separation of The Subject (meta-subject)
3. Photographing
4. Confirmation of The Separation

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Akihiko Miyoshi

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Color Fields

The photographs are taken facing a mirror with colored tape adhered to the front of the camera’s lens as they attempt to unpack the structural mechanics of photographic representation. The tapes obstruct the lens creating a field of color that cloud over the frame and the reflection of the artist. The photographs are on the verge of becoming abstract recalling color field paintings. Yet paradoxically it simultaneously reinforces its photographic origins by insisting on its own indexicality.

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Raphael Rallaporta

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Sonja Braas

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The Quiet of Dissolution
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Peter Ashton

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This Is What Happens When You Repost an Instagram Photo 90 Times

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Shirana Shahbazi

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Shahbazi’s arrangements highlight similarities between pictures from different genres and point to structural parallels between outside and inside, organic and manufactured, and the natural and constructed landscape.

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Penelope Umbrico

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Suns (From Sunsets) from Flickr, 2006-ongoing

This is a project I started when I found 541,795 pictures of sunsets searching the word “sunset” on the image hosting website, Flickr. I cropped just the suns from these pictures and uploaded them to Kodak, making 4″ x 6″ machine prints from them.

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John Cyr

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Daniel Eatock

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Lorena Guillén Vaschetti

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Menno Aden

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“this is where i put research on photography, philosophy, writing & visual culture.”

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Rowan Lear

Dafydd Hughes

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Robert Frank’s The Americans is one of the most iconic photographic projects of the 20th century… This classic project was the starting point for Toronto-based artist Dafydd Hughes’ Every Face in the Americans, which saw him ‘feed’  Frank’s collection of photographs to iPhoto’s facial recognition algorithm to recontextualize the work as the basis of a web archive and a print on demand book.
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Martin Parr

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Martin Parr Plate Collection



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