Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Friday, February 5, 2010
It's a wonderfully strange book and according to intern Jenny Gold who directed me towards it, "beautifully odd." Published in 1903 the photographer was never credited. The book consists of 11 color and 27 black and white photographs. As you would imagine, the book is about, Bread. How to make it, what it is, and most importantly the obscure and grotesque shape it takes.
It does seems a little too appropriate given that we are the Bakery Phtographic Collective.....
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
The new Spring 2010 d.a.p catalog is amazing!!!!
And finally something that I can't wait to to read...
Phillip Gefter: Photography After Frank
Photography After Frank is a collection of essays written by former NYT writer and photo editor Phillip Gefter. The author uses Robert Frank's "The Americans" as a foundational tool to explain and bridge contemporary photography. Throughout Photography After Frank, Gefter deftly demonstrates Frank's legacy in the work of dozens of important individual artists who followed in his wake, from Lee Friedlander and Nan Goldin to Stephen Shore and Ryan McGinley.