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Corsica is pink

"When the evening comes, everything comes to life again, the world turns pink for a while, the birds sing, people go out again. It feels like walking in a dream." I'm in love with Andria Darius Pancrazi's photography of Corsica where he grew up. Minimalist in style, inspired by David Lynch movies and an '80s … Continue reading Corsica is pink

Venice Beach

A new book by Dotan Saguy documents Venice Beach in photographs. Snapchat's empire-building is ruining the vibe, so this could be a last look at it's specialness. See the full article in the Guardian.

Paris, 1967 - Evelyn Hofer

Evelyn Hofer

Evelyn Hofer – amazing portrait photographer. Check out her work at  the Danziger Gallery which says about her: "Hofer always photographed her subjects where she found them, but favored carefully composed scenes with a still, timeless aura. Almost in opposition to the on-the-fly work of her contemporaries Eggleston and William Klein, Hofer used extraordinary patience … Continue reading Evelyn Hofer

What a legend…

[photo by Vincent Tullo] Susan Unterberg funds women artists over 40. From the NY Times article by Robin Pogrebin: The gift is part of a grant program that has paid out a total of $5.5 million over the last 22 years to support underrecognized female artists over age 40. It is called Anonymous Was a Woman, … Continue reading What a legend…

The yellow shed. Napier

The Yellow Shed

It's all about the diagonals, the lines of tension anchoring the composition in place. The tree and the weeds on the roof in the background. The shadow on the left with the shadow on the right. The yellow plank extending to the right up top and the one nailed in place down below. The grey … Continue reading The Yellow Shed