Using the work of up and coming Chinese artist Yajing Hu I explore notions of Uniformity in photography
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There are a large number of photographers who take pictures of themselves or the same group of other people at fixed intervals over long periods of time.
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Water is almost as ubiquitous in art as in life – dramatic seascapes, romantic lakes, powerful rivers, charming streams. To see more about my thoughts on Water as artistic inspiration –
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To see more about my thoughts on tension between motion/time and the photograph as well as between intention and interpretation which are key areas for post modern photographic artists, please visit my website and
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my thoughts on Oliviero Toscani and his work for the United Colours of Benetton – work that helped to launch his career – please visit my website. Continue reading “Cacas”
My newest video showing the leaves of the photo series in a ‘morphed’ state.
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To see more about my thoughts on Warhol’s work with Found Images and the works of Duchamp that inspired it, please visit my website and
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Please find the latest update to the ‘Autumn Leaves’ Photo Series, ‘Photograms’, on my website:
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Ed Ruscha’s photoseries Twenty-six Gas Stations (1963) was an important early example of photography’s contribution to conceptual art and post-modernism.
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Typography gained popularity in the 60s
Typology in photography gained widespread recognition in the art world with the industrial photographs of Hilla and Bernd Becher (commencing in the late 1960s).
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