That is, Streetrepeat as in here, on Instagram. Streetrepeat “is an Instagram account [..] born out of a fascination for the amount of repeated patterns in street photography, particularly on Instagram.” It takes a popular (apparently) theme, finds three photographs by three different photographers and posts them one after the other. That’s the short version, more to read at their site. As for what I think about it.. I can certainly admit to finding it […]
That’s not to say that working in clear–cuts has been easy. So much effort has had to go to trying not to do certain things. Not to use the sky, on those rare occasions when there is one here in the Nortwest, to rescue the land. Not to be seduced into celebrating the power of men and machines, which can have a Satanic beauty and heroism about it. And not to aestheticize the carnage. Robert […]
“I went looking for the frontier that was promised, and found a complex landscape – a road that served as a physical and psychological line between wilderness and progress. I drove, like the others, to drive as far as I could drive. They hitched their wagon to the great American need to point their wheels toward the Western horizon. To see for themselves. When they ran out of West, they went North.” Ben Huff, The Last […]
“You use metaphor to make yourself feel at home in the world.” Roni Horn.
“Moving from Belgium to Australia has made me into a photographer in exile. As a permanent tourist I seek refuge in my images, trying to create a sense of belonging for myself.” Wouter Van de Voorde See his photos, here.
Don’t care much for the advertising aspect but apart from that I rather enjoy the footage. Something about the photographer just,.. appeals to me. Dworzak at Magnum.
Watching footage this beautiful, having read number of news stories about the situation where it was recorded, is an odd contradiction. That was an understatement. Full screen is not a bad idea. Richard Mosse.
“..because you’re suddenly seeing the coherence and the connec.. interconnectedness of everything – left to right, top to bottom, front to back – it’s all connected and all.. and – somehow it’s in this balance..” Henry Wessel Via aarh.dk. More Henry Wessel at SFMOMA here. I found this one particularly interesting. Photos at Pace/MacGill Gallery, and Museum of Contemporary Photography.