Posts Tagged ‘green

23
Jul
13

Azurebumble : ‘Green on Blue’ Series (Digital Artworks)

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A series of digitally enhanced urban photographs

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green on blue 6

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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green on blue 1

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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green on blue 3

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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green on blue 5

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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green on blue 2

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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green on blue 4

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‘green on blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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Azurebumble :: Ipernity

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28
Jan
12

Ernst Haas : Colour Photography

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“I never really wanted to be a photographer. It slowly grew out of the compromise of a boy who desired to combine two goals — explorer or painter. I wanted to travel, see and experience. What better profession could there be than the one of a photographer, almost a painter in a hurry, overwhelmed by too many constantly changing impressions? But all my inspirational influences came much more from all the arts than from photo magazines.” – Ernst Haas

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Ernst Haas
‘New York, 1981’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘New York, 1961’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘America, 1962’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘New York, 1975’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘New York, 1975’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘America, 1956’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘New York, 1952’
Colour Photography
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Ernst Haas
‘Utah, 1969’
Colour Photography
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Haas’s frustration with the limitations of technology pushed him at every turn to be slightly ahead of his time. He was a technological pioneer with the eye of a painter and the soul of a poet. It has been written that before Haas there was no color photography, only colored photographs. Haas’s first color essay was on New York, the city he would ultimately make his home. When the editors of LIFE magazine saw it, they gave it an unheard-of layout of 24 pages and called it “Magic Images of a City”.

Essays on Paris and Venice followed. Ten years later, when the Museum of Modern Art held their first color retrospective, it was the work of Haas they chose to feature. Though a Magnum photographer in the heyday of photojournalism, Haas was not interested in color as reportage. He was interested in the super-reality of dreams. To achieve this he gave commonplace objects and silhouettes new meaning. A reflection brought home the hidden depths underlying a conventional urban storefront; torn posters peeling off buildings shaped themselves into an art gallery. In his quest to produce feelings, he introduced hues and tones never before seen in printed color. And at all times his work was informed and enlightened by a guiding intelligence capable of great and quizzical humor. – [Essay by Inge Bondi]

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Ernst Haas : Website

Ernst Haas : Getty Images

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19
Nov
11

Phédia Mazuc : Photographic Works

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2011
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2011
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2011
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2011
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2011
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2011
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2011
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2011
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Phédia Mazuc : Photography

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24
Oct
11

Azurebumble : 75 Minimals & Abstracts (Image Sequences)

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Greens & Blues

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A selection of minimal and abstract photography and art sequences previously shown here.

This poster is constructed using a thumbnail from each of these individual curations.

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Click Image or link below to go directly to these works.

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75 minimals & abstracts

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11
Oct
11

Monika Grzymala : Aerial I–V (Book)

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‘Aerial I’
relief in handmade paper
33 x 33 x 2 cm
2011

‘Aerial II’
relief in handmade paper
33 x 33 x 2 cm
2011

‘Aerial III’
relief in handmade paper
33 x 33 x 2 cm
2011

‘Aerial IV’
relief in handmade paper
33 x 33 x 2 cm
2011

‘Aerial V’
relief in handmade paper
33 x 33 x 2 cm
2011

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Monika Grzymala (Zabrze, Poland) creates temporary interventions in space, which—closely responding to the site at which they are produced—turn the line into a three-dimensional drawing. Her works are based on the fundamental examination of drawing as a medium as well as the medium of paper. In order to be able to translate the line into sculpture, the artist appropriated the Washi technique of making paper by hand. The drawing in these new works is the relief-like, heavily textured paper itself.

The sculptural drawing the installation artist has made for the Collector’s Edition is, next to the photographs, objects, and paintings in our program, a special object. The delicate work on paper is made of bast bark from the Asian mulberry tree, so-called kozo, and of abaca, the fibre a tropical banana plant. Crossing lines accentuate the organic structure of the natural white rag paper, and, like a sublime relief, span a space that is open to all sides and goes beyond the edge of the image following five different principles of image. At the same time each these meticulously executed, handmade pieces rests harmoniously inside the closed form of the square format. [Hatje Cantz]

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Monika Grzymala : Hatje Cantz Publishing House

Text : Relationships between the image carrier and the line

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03
Oct
11

Azurebumble : “Blue & Green” Series (Artworks)

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‘blue diamonds’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘zigzag blues’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘blue sky’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘greens meet blues’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘green pathway’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘blue note’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

‘green bird blues’
digital artwork
azurebumble
2011

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Azurebumble : Website

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