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Penn, spring 2014.

first large format I’ve tried - from when there were no leaves and it was still chilly.

Penn, spring 2014.
first large format I’ve tried - from when there were no leaves and it was still chilly.
"If something looks wrong there is probably something wrong." ↘

believermag:

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River Valley—from Transfigurations (32”x40” Gelatin Silver Print)

Bucky Miller in Conversation with Photographer Michael Lundgren

In Michael Lundgren’s kitchen there is something called the cabinet of death. It houses mostly artifacts that the photographer collects…

- this conversation - 

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tarot-magazine:

Errol Morris (Book Made Simple) 

tarot-magazine:

Errol Morris (Book Made Simple) 

#vijayseshadri #3sections #imaginarynumber

#vijayseshadri #3sections #imaginarynumber

smithyphoto:

Rhode Island School of Design 2014 MFA Graduate Show
July 10 – July 19, 2014

Opening Reception:
Thursday, July 10, 2014
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Work by Forest Kelley
Work by Frances F. Denny
Work by Julie Gautier-Downes
Work by Maya Krinsky
Work by Mo Costello
Work by RaMell Ross
Work by Vanessa Godden

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smithyphoto:


Rhode Island School of Design 2014 MFA Graduate ShowJuly 10 – July 19, 2014
Opening Reception:Thursday, July 10, 20146:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Work by Forest KelleyWork by Frances F. DennyWork by Julie Gautier-DownesWork by Maya KrinskyWork by Mo CostelloWork by RaMell RossWork by Vanessa Godden

head out to this - this here’s part of my new larger photo family

gyroscopeprints:

Gabriella Sturchio

Our second featured artist in collaboration with Papersafe.

I am captivated by death and entropy, specifically in relationship to the human body. I am enthralled by the ways deterioration aesthetically alters the skin and surface of humans, animals, and inanimate objects. The appearance of entropy shows itself through the phases of rigor mortis, impermanent marks on the body, and delicate bubbles. The subjects act as visceral reminders of one’s own body, fragility, and finiteness. I study objects to cope with the inevitability of death, and to help gain a better insight of my impermanence. The sea, apart from its own cyclical importance, acts as a visual reminder and metaphor for the ebb and flow of life.

Portfolio

Gyroscope Prints publishes a weekly postcard print of contemporary photography. Subscribe here: U.S. and Worldwide.

gabriella!


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shihlun:

Richard Billingham

I will re-blog this photo every time it comes up in my feed. 

ya x100

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enlarged-heart:

shihlun:

Richard Billingham

I will re-blog this photo every time it comes up in my feed. 

ya x100

The house is quiet. They have gone to bed, leaving me alone, and the electric timer has just switched off the living-room lights. It feels like the house has finally turned on its side to fall asleep. Years ago I would have gone through my mother’s purse for one of her cigarettes and smoked in the dark. It was a magical time that the house was mine.

Tonight, however, I am restless. I sit at the dining-room table; rummage through the refrigerator. What am I looking for?

All day long I’ve been scavenging, poking around in rooms and closets, peering at their things, studying them. I arrange my rolls of exposed film into long rows and count and recount them as if they were lost. There are twenty-eight.

What drives me to continue this work is difficult to name. It has more to do with love than with sociology, with being a subject in the drama rather than a witness. And in the odd and jumbled process of working everything shifts; the boundaries blur, my distance slips, the arrogance and illusion of immunity falters. I wake up in the middle of the night, stunned and anguished. These are my parents. From that simple fact, everything follows. I realize that beyond the rolls of film and the few good pictures, the demands of my project and my confusion about its meaning, is the wish to take photography literally. To stop time. I want my parents to live forever.

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feeling some serious swoon over this concrete, moon-themed, iphone skin

feeling some serious swoon over this concrete, moon-themed, iphone skin

Kohei Yoshiyuki from In the Park

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Kohei Yoshiyuki from In the Park

thalassa-raasch:

Last summer swim in the Atlantic? #wednesdayheat #maine #kettlecove #atlanticocean #latergram (at Kettle Cove)

thalassa-raasch:

Last summer swim in the Atlantic? #wednesdayheat #maine #kettlecove #atlanticocean #latergram (at Kettle Cove)

thalassa-raasch:

Mushroom fairy ring. #maine #wolfsneck #statepark (at Wolfe’s Neck State Park)

thalassa-raasch:

Mushroom fairy ring. #maine #wolfsneck #statepark (at Wolfe’s Neck State Park)

I’ve joined the Instagram. Let’s be friends - http://instagram.com/thalattathalatta


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itscolossal:

Artist Nobutaka Aozaki is Assembling a Map of Manhattan Using Directions Drawn by Strangers


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natgeofound:

Frozen walleye pike kiss the snow in Mille Lacs, Minnesota, 1959.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

I miss Minnesota. Even when it’s so cold this happens.

natgeofound:

Frozen walleye pike kiss the snow in Mille Lacs, Minnesota, 1959.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

I miss Minnesota. Even when it’s so cold this happens.