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Sense of History: Jacques Henri Lartigue

Jacques Henri Lartigue (June 13, 1894 – September 12, 1986) was a French photographer and painter, most famous for his photographs of automobile races, planes and fashionable Parisian women. (source: Wiki) The paradox of photography, its unpredictable generosity and democratic

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Sense of History: Jacques Henri Lartigue

Jacques Henri Lartigue (June 13, 1894 – September 12, 1986) was a French photographer and painter, most famous for his photographs of automobile races, planes and fashionable Parisian women. (source: Wiki) The paradox of photography, its unpredictable generosity and democratic

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Master Portrait Photographer: Emil Otto Hoppé

Emil Otto Hoppé (14 April 1878 – 9 December 1972) was a German-born British portrait, travel, and topographic photographer active between 1907 and 1945. Born into a wealthy family in Munich, he moved to London in 1900 originally to train

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Master Portrait Photographer: Emil Otto Hoppé

Emil Otto Hoppé (14 April 1878 – 9 December 1972) was a German-born British portrait, travel, and topographic photographer active between 1907 and 1945. Born into a wealthy family in Munich, he moved to London in 1900 originally to train

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Short Film: The Darkroom

Something a little different for you today, a slow-paced (and somewhat nostalgic) short film written and directed by Z. Eric Yang, with a heavily infused photography narrative. John, a divorced, old-school photographer, who has spent his life dedicated to the

256497188_295

Short Film: The Darkroom

Something a little different for you today, a slow-paced (and somewhat nostalgic) short film written and directed by Z. Eric Yang, with a heavily infused photography narrative. John, a divorced, old-school photographer, who has spent his life dedicated to the

Christopher Jacrot Photography

The sound of rain: Christophe Jacrot

I love rain. Rain is soothing, medititive, and (when not caught outside in it) quite beautiful. Photographer Christophe Jacrot’s work centres on rain and the effect it has on bustling cities; I hope you enjoy his work as much as

Christopher Jacrot Photography

The sound of rain: Christophe Jacrot

I love rain. Rain is soothing, medititive, and (when not caught outside in it) quite beautiful. Photographer Christophe Jacrot’s work centres on rain and the effect it has on bustling cities; I hope you enjoy his work as much as

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An Interview with Asger Carlsen

Asger Carlsen exhibition video / interview (@Ruttkowski68, Cologne, Germany) from Ruttkowski;68 on Vimeo.

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An Interview with Asger Carlsen

Asger Carlsen exhibition video / interview (@Ruttkowski68, Cologne, Germany) from Ruttkowski;68 on Vimeo.

Susi Krautgartner Photography

Uncanny Valley: Susi Krautgartner

I’m hugely intrigued with the work of Austrian artist Susi Krautgartner. Unfortunately, apart from ‘nein’, I can’t remember a word of German from my school days (I really should have tried harder) so I’ve had to use rather basic translation

Susi Krautgartner Photography

Uncanny Valley: Susi Krautgartner

I’m hugely intrigued with the work of Austrian artist Susi Krautgartner. Unfortunately, apart from ‘nein’, I can’t remember a word of German from my school days (I really should have tried harder) so I’ve had to use rather basic translation

A French perspective: Édouard-Denis Baldus

“[E]veryone knows [Mr.] Baldus,” a reviewer wrote in 1859. By the mid-1850s, Édouard-Denis Baldus was the most successful photographer in France and at the height of his career. He began as a painter, turning to photography in 1849 when paper

A French perspective: Édouard-Denis Baldus

“[E]veryone knows [Mr.] Baldus,” a reviewer wrote in 1859. By the mid-1850s, Édouard-Denis Baldus was the most successful photographer in France and at the height of his career. He began as a painter, turning to photography in 1849 when paper