• Shadows on Film

    Fred Herzog

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  • The Color of Genius

    Saul Leiter

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  • Perfectly Banal

    William Eggleston

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  • From the Edges

    Mary Ellen Mark

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Process Driven: Jon Wilkening

When I was a junior in high school I took my first photography class and one of the things we […]

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Recontextualized

“From the whole of what I examine I look for the interesting, the minutia that made me stop in the […]

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A Record Of Real Life: Nan Goldin

“I knew from a very early age, that what I saw on TV had nothing to do with real life. […]

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Dreaming With Open Eyes: Ernst Haas

“You become things, you become an atmosphere, and if you become it, which means you incorporate it within you, you […]

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A Fiend Inside: Lee Miller

A New York fashion model, a partner and muse to Man Ray, a fashion photographer, one of the first (and […]

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A Book Of Contrasts: Bill Brandt

“It is part of the photographer’s job to see more intensely than most people do. He must have and keep […]

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Robert Rauschenberg

L'enfant Terrible: Robert Rauschenberg

After World War II, the center of the Modern art world began to shift away from Paris and towards New […]

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Lillian Bassman

Unconsciously Graceful: Lillian Bassman

“I am completely tied up with softness, fragility, and the problems of a feminine world.” – Lillian Bassman When you […]

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