Posts Tagged: reflection

Brancolina : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and architectural photographs…

Brancolina : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and architectural photographs…

Mark Valentine : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Mark Valentine : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Brancolina : “breaking the darkness” series (photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and minimal photographs…

Brancolina : “breaking the darkness” series (photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and minimal photographs…

Fernell Franco : Photography Series

“That tragic, poor, transitional element that is found all over Latin America is encapsulated in those images… The act of binding, of shipping and storing, bespeaks a defenseless class that exists in each of those countries, where there are people who have never owned property and whose only option for conserving what little they have is to bind and enclose it before moving on elsewhere.” – fernell franco

Fernell Franco : Photography Series

“That tragic, poor, transitional element that is found all over Latin America is encapsulated in those images… The act of binding, of shipping and storing, bespeaks a defenseless class that exists in each of those countries, where there are people who have never owned property and whose only option for conserving what little they have is to bind and enclose it before moving on elsewhere.” – fernell franco

Brancolina : Photography Series

A selection of Brancolinas’ photos along with an interview is published in an article about abstract architecture from nr.8 issue of the Ukraine’s ‘Photographer’ magazine (p. 44-45, 46-47 and 48-49).

Brancolina : Photography Series

A selection of Brancolinas’ photos along with an interview is published in an article about abstract architecture from nr.8 issue of the Ukraine’s ‘Photographer’ magazine (p. 44-45, 46-47 and 48-49).

Cole Thompson : “Grain Silos” (Photography)

“Enduring Giants, Created by Man” is a study of grain silos, not as functional farm implements, but as objects of art. America’s plains are covered with grain silos. They are a central fixture of every small town and on every family farm; but they are so common that people are unaware of their beauty. The purpose of this portfolio is to reveal that beauty.

Cole Thompson : “Grain Silos” (Photography)

“Enduring Giants, Created by Man” is a study of grain silos, not as functional farm implements, but as objects of art. America’s plains are covered with grain silos. They are a central fixture of every small town and on every family farm; but they are so common that people are unaware of their beauty. The purpose of this portfolio is to reveal that beauty.

Leonie Polah : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs…

Leonie Polah : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs…

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 1)

Friedlander began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. His photographs bring to the surface the juxtapositions of everyday life that comprise our modern world. Beyond the vigorous outward eye he turns to the world around him, Lee is also recognized for his investigation of the self.

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 1)

Friedlander began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. His photographs bring to the surface the juxtapositions of everyday life that comprise our modern world. Beyond the vigorous outward eye he turns to the world around him, Lee is also recognized for his investigation of the self.

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 2)

Friedlander often included oblique references to himself by including his own reflection or shadow in the photographs. – “I suspect it’s for one’s self-interest that one looks at one’s surroundings and one’s self. This search is personally borne and is indeed my reason and motive for making photographs.”

Lee Friedlander : Photography (Sequence 2)

Friedlander often included oblique references to himself by including his own reflection or shadow in the photographs. – “I suspect it’s for one’s self-interest that one looks at one’s surroundings and one’s self. This search is personally borne and is indeed my reason and motive for making photographs.”