Environmental Portraiture

YOU SHOULD BE LOOKING AT THIS EVERY WEEK, especially the Week in Review.

Rineke Dijkstra
Rineke Dijkstra | Tate Modern | Cruel and Tender | Guggenheim | MORE Guggenheim

Alec Soth
Sleeping By The Mississippi | A conversation with Alec Soth
Alec Soth, Niagra Project and interview with the Guardian (UK) and his Magnum Photos page and what it’s like to approach strangers for a living and another video that is good, despite it’s dubious rock introduction. And another one about shooting your own work while on assignment.

August Sander

Lauren Greenfield
Girl Culture | THIN

Shizuka Yokomizo
Museum of Contemporary Photography | Google
I’ve uploaded a .pdf on the courselink site.
Explanation of Shizuka Yokomizo, Strangers

Helen van Meene
A Conversation

Timothy Archibald
A conversation | portraits

Arnold Newman!
The portraits | PDN gallery

Joel Sternfeld

Tiny Barney (an interview)

Niki S. Lee
Nikki S. Lee
at the Museum of Contemporary Photography

Gillian Wearing
TATE Modern and an interview in the Guardian UK
Bill Owens

Bill Owens

Lee Friedlander
At Pace McGill

Helen Levitt
At LensCulture

Bruce Davidson
At TIME at Subway, at Aperture

Clare Carter
Aperture Prize, runner up

We’ll be looking at some photographers from the Helsinki School. You can go here for more information.

Pekka Turunen’s page at Stephen Bulger gallery.

Veli Grano ( main page) or scroll down to find the Tangible Cosmologies work.

A blog of images from the collection of the International Center of Photography.

Museum of Contemporary Photography exhibition, The Furtive Gaze


The Sochi Project

These images are from the Behold :The Photog blog at SLATE magazine. The first two images are portraits by Maja Daniels who was commissioned by New York magazine to photograph french identical twins, Monette and Mady. The project won the Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize.
More images + Article

Twin1 Twin2

Toy Stories by Gabriele Galimberti

Posted on March 21, 2013 by

Toy Stories by Gabriele Galimberti

This artist traveled around the world and photographed children with their most prized possessions over the course of 18 months. These might be nice images to look at in terms of arrangement people with objects.
(click the image to see the rest of the project)


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