February 2011

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“Step inside this camera-less world and I can guarantee you will be transformed – or, at least, transported into the unexpected.”

Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography explores the work of five contemporary artists – Floris Neusüss, Pierre Cordier, Garry Fabian Miller, Susan Derges, and Adam Fuss at the V&A until February 20…

Darius Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson are bringing their one day seminar, “Publish Your Photography Book” to ART CENTER on Saturday, February 26th. Information about the program can be found here and you can watch the trailer here. This seminar will be of great value to anyone hoping to have a book of their photographs…

“Young artists should feel gratified when he said of the creative process: “It’s exactly what it’s always been. It’s just hard work.”

A Q&A with Philip -Lorca Di Corcia well worth reading.

“Philip-Lorca Di Corcia ELEVEN” at the David Zwirner Gallery features work originally published in W magazine between 1997 and 2008. A new book of  the same name has been published by Damiani Editions.

“What attracts him to taking pictures of dogs? “They are everywhere, they are sympathetic and they don’t ask for prints. I like them.”

You just have to love this man. You can read about Erwitt and his alter ego, André S. Solidor, a pompous French photographer who takes pretentious artsy pictures and whose initials spell ASS. An exhibition, based on his latest book, The Art of Andre S. Solidor (2009), opens this month in London and a second show, “Sequentially Yours Photo Sequences or Indecisive Moments”, opens next week at London’s Atlas Gallery…

Here are the images from the last roll of Kodachrome taken by Steve McCurry, frame by frame.

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