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"For the serious photographer with a confirmed belief in the artistic worth of ‘straight’ photography – the so-called ‘poetic documentary’ mode – these are trying times. ... The photographic artist who still stubbornly works within the broad tradition of Atget or Weston, even Frank or Friedlander, is deemed wilfully anachronistic, a member of a mutated, almost extinct species."
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"You might think you’re in for a mind-blowing ride, but you’re not. It’s a strangely blinkered and backward-looking show."
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" … the future of the DIY photobook seems assured for perhaps the same reasons that independent record labels currently continue to thrive as major labels falter."
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The famed glass sculptor insists that photography be allowed at his exhibitions, even at institutions that don't typically permit it. Good on him!
This link recently saved by luke_s on August 01, 2012
"$34.18 (+$1.78) (+5.5%) Stocks climbed after an independent study concluded that every single human being is now pretty good at photography."
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"For me, the most interesting works coming out right now – even if they’ve been formalized in the form of a book, an exhibition, a print or a website – represent the beginnings of something. They’re not simply an end result, or the remnants of something that has past and been preserved in silver gelatin, emulsion, or ink; they’re starts, sparks, or seeds from which many other things might grow."
This link recently saved by luke_s on June 03, 2011
"Nearly all smartphone pictures (the author) sees through Flickr, Twitter or Facebook have suffered a transformation into some such faux format. It is as if the shooters wish to distance themselves from the clarity that the digital images reveal. Stark and crisp, they may tell the story too well."