Posts Tagged ‘light

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

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22
Jul
13

Mario Giacomelli : ‘My Whole Life’ Series (Photography)

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No image can be “reality” because reality it happens only once before my eyes.” Mario Giacomelli

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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
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1997-00
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‘My Whole Life’ series
Mario Giacomelli
Photograph
1997-00
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The photograph helped me discover things, interpret and reveal them. Story knowledge of the world, in a interior architecture where the vibrations are a continuous flow of moments, of liberating adventures as total expression where I feel all the completeness of my existence.” Mario Giacomelli

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Mario Giacomelli : Website

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18
Jul
13

Azurebumble : ‘Black and Blue’ Series (Digital Artworks)

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A series of digitally enhanced urban photographs

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black and blue 1

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‘black and blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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black and blue 2

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‘black and blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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black and blue 3

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‘black and blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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black and blue 4

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‘black and blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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black and blue 5

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‘black and blue’ series
digital graphic
azurebumble
2013
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Azurebumble :: Ipernity

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14
Jul
13

Robert Adams :: Photography

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Are there affirmable days or places in our deteriorating world? Are there scenes in life, right now, for which we might conceivably be thankful? Is there a basis for joy or serenity, even if felt only occasionally? Are there grounds now and then for an unironic smile?” ~ Robert Adams

For four decades Adams has photographed the changing landscape of the American West, finding there a fragile beauty that endures despite our troubled relationship with nature, and with ourselves. His photos are distinguished not only by their economy and lucidity, but also by their mixture of grief and hope. [Ext]

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‘Colorado Springs, Colorado’
Robert Adams
photograph
1968
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‘A backyard, Colorado’
Robert Adams
photograph
1968
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‘The New West series’
Robert Adams
photograph
1969
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‘Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs’
Robert Adams
photograph
1969
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‘Longmont, Colorado’
Robert Adams
photograph
1979
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‘Eden, Colorado’
Robert Adams
photograph
1969
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‘Longmont, Colorado’
Robert Adams
photograph
1976-1982
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‘Untitled’
Robert Adams
photograph
1978
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Robert Adams was born in New Jersey in 1937. He was a professor of English literature for several years before turning his full attention to photography in the mid 1970s. His work is largely concerned with moments of regional transition: the suburbanization of Denver, a changing Los Angeles of the 1970s and 1980s, and the clear-cutting in Oregon in the 1990s. His many books, well-known to those concerned with the American Landscape, include The New West, From the Missouri West, Summer Nights, Los Angeles Spring, To Make It Home, Listening to the River, West From the Columbia, What We Bought, Notes for Friends, California, Summer Nights, Walking, What Can We Believe Where? and The Place We Live. [Ext]

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Robert Adams :: The Place We Live

Robert Adams :: Fraenkel Gallery

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12
Jul
13

Azurebumble :: ‘Folds and Forms’ series (Photography)

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‘fold a’
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2013
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‘form a’
photograph
azurebumble
2013
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‘fold b’
photograph
azurebumble
2013
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‘form b’
photograph
azurebumble
2013
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‘fold c’
photograph
azurebumble
2013
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‘form c’
photograph
azurebumble
2013
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Azurebumble :: Ipernity

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10
Jul
13

Henry Wessel :: ‘New Topographics’ (Photography)

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“You’re suddenly seeing the coherence and interconnectedness of everything, left to right, bottom to top, front to back. It’s all connected, and somehow, it’s all in balance. And that’s, when you go ‘Yes!’” H Wessel

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‘Waikiki No. 9’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1979
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‘Incidents No. 16’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
16 × 20 in
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‘Pismo Beach, CA’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1974
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‘Berkeley, California’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1971
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‘Hollywood, California’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1972
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‘New Mexico III’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1969
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‘Tucson, Arizona’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1976
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‘Incidents No. 8’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
16 × 20 in
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‘Incidents No. 6’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
16 × 20 in
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‘New Mexico’
silver gelatin print
Henry Wessel
1968
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Henry Wessel first gained recognition in the 1970s as part of the New Topographics, a group of photographers who challenged the conventions of documentary and landscape photography, capturing instead the poetry of seemingly mundane scenes and subjects—traffic lights, advertisements, empty landscapes, and suburbia. During the 1970s he moved to San Francisco from New York after falling in love with the brilliant quality of light in California. There, in both black-and-white and color film, he photographed the vernacular architecture and social landscape of his surroundings, in prints with long shadows and rich tonal variations… [Extract]

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