Archive for the 'Photography' Category

Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum 3rd season opening

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

The 2017-2018 season at the Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum has opened.
Welcome to the beginning of our third season!

We invite you to enter the Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum for a new experience of psychoanalytic understanding.

Our first new exhibit for this season is Winnie’s Gallery: Psychoanalysis and Dogs. Winnie is our first canine curator who, with the help of Arlene and Arnie Richards, has assembled several vignettes and chapters on the subject.

We are also keeping exhibits from last season available in the Main Entry Hall for now. As new exhibits become ready for launch we will move older exhibits to the Past Galleries and Exhibits area where they will remain accessible along with those from our first season.

Photographing the Lower East Side’s Fading Jewish Culture:

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Click Here to Read: Photographing the Lower East Side’s Fading Jewish Culture: For Remnants, Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum photographed the synagogues, knisheries, delicatessens, and other survivors of Jewish heritage on New York’s Lower East Side by Allison Meier on the HyperAllergic website on November 2, 2017.

Photography Friday: Matthew MacCaul Turner

Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

Eclipse light fixture  by Matthew MacCaul Turner.

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor

Photobooks Designed to Treat Dementia Gently Challenge the Mind

Monday, October 30th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  Photobooks Designed to Treat Dementia Gently Challenge the Mind: By pairing unrelated images that share surprising similarities, Photographic Treatment by Laurence Aëgerter encourages dementia patients to make their own connections between them, stimulating mental activity by Claire Voon on the HyperAllergic website on October 20, 2017.

Psychoanalysis rooms Berlin | NYC | China by Sophie von Herzogenberg

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis rooms Berlin | NYC | China by Sophie von Herzogenberg.

Psychoanalysis room, Berlin 1, 2008, 30,0 x 29,6 cm, c-print

Fifty Shrinks: Portraits by Sebastian Zimmermann

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Click Here to Read: Fifty Shrinks: Portraits by Sebastian Zimmermann.

Morford: Fire of devastation, rain of compassion

Friday, October 13th, 2017


Click Here to Read:
Morford: Fire of devastation, rain of compassion by Mark Morford in the San Francisco Chronicle  on October 13, 2017.

Photo: Peter DaSilva, Special To The Chronicle

How August Sander and Otto Dix Recorded Fascism’s Rise

Sunday, October 8th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  How August Sander and Otto Dix Recorded Fascism’s Rise: Questions posed in a two-artist exhibition at Tate Liverpool reflect back on our own politically desperate era, often with eerie resonance by Tim Keane on the HyperAllergic website on October 8, 2017.

August Sander, “Turkish Mousetrap Salesman” (1924-30, printed 1990), photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 260 x 191 mm, ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland. Lent by Anthony d’Offay 2010 (© Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur – August Sander Archiv, Cologne / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn and DACS, London 2017)

Photography Friday: The Name-That-Book Game

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

One letter in the title of a well-known book in the realm of Psychology has been changed. Name the actual book and the author.

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor

A Book and Exhibition Reveal Josef Albers’s Rarely Seen Photocollages:

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  A Book and Exhibition Reveal Josef Albers’s Rarely Seen Photocollages: In his only lecture on photography, Albers warned students against approaching photography carelessly, and the collages he made of his own photos show how he put that mantra into practice Claire Voon on the HyperAllergic website January 18, 2017.

Josef Albers, “Bullfight, San Sebastian” (1929), the Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquired through the generosity of Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder, and Jon L. Stryker (all images © 2016 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society, New York)

Photography Friday: Michael Levine

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

Sunrise with Fog and Dinghy by Michael Levine. Taken at Walkers Pond, Cape Cod.

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor

The City Strikes a Pose

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Click Here to Read:   The City Strikes a Pose by Tobi Haslett in The New York Review of Books Daily on August 12, 2017.

Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographers of Times Square Pose for a Photo during Some Down Time, Times Square, 1982

The Lost Photographs Of Isaac Bashevis Singer

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  The Lost Photographs Of Isaac Bashevis Singer by David Attie on the Forward Website on August 10, 2017.

Singer at the Forward with Maurice Winograd, who was a poet, the arts editor, and travel secretary for Abe Cahan.

 

 

Why I “Like” but Don’t Love Cindy Sherman’s Instagram Photos

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  Why I “Like” but Don’t Love Cindy Sherman’s Instagram Photos: Other critics responded rapturously after the art star made her Instagram account public, but their nearly unanimous praise is misplaced by Paddy Johnson on the HyperAllergic website on August 7, 2017.

Photography Friday: Eldad Golan

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

“Playing in the Light,: by Eldad Golan, Ein Gedi, Israel

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor.

Bodies of work: Lewis Hine, EX 1904, captured the changing face of American labor

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Click Here to Read: Bodies of work: Lewis Hine, EX 1904, captured the changing face of American labor By Susie Allen, AB’09 Photography by Lewis Wickes Hine, EX 1904 on the University of Chicago Magazine website.

Nearly two million children ages 10 to 14 were at work in the United States by 1900. Between 1908 and 1911, Lewis Hine photographed hundreds of these young laborers, including Sadie Pfeifer. At the time this photo was taken, she had been employed in a cotton mill for six months. (Photography by Lewis Wickes Hine, EX 1904)

In a New Documentary, Errol Morris Turns His Camera on a Polaroid Portraitist

Friday, July 7th, 2017

Click Here to Read:  In a New Documentary, Errol Morris Turns His Camera on a Polaroid Portraitist: Errol Morris’s film about the photographer Elsa Dorfman touches on big questions about cycles of life and obsolescence, but remains doggedly cheerful by
Benjamin Sutton on the HyperAllergic website on July 7, 2-17.

Still from The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography (2016) (all images courtesy NEON)

Photography Friday: Kristy Floyd

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

“At the Hatchery” by Kristy Floyd

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor.

Movie Monday: The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Click Here to Read:  The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith: A film about music, photography and the postwar world By David Walsh on the World Socialist Web Site on June 27, 2017.

Click Here to Read: ‘The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith’ By Glenn Kenny in The New York Times on September 22, 2016.

Click Here to Read:  The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene SmithWNYC Documentar Official Trailer by FilmBuff on YouTube.

Click Here to Read: ‘The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith’: DOC NYC Review by John DeFore on the Hollywood Reporter website on November 20, 2017.

Click Here to Read: Other Posts on Movies Monday on this website.

The American Landscape Photographers Who Focused on the Environment in the ’70s:

Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Click Here to Read: The American Landscape Photographers Who Focused on the Environment in the ’70s: A desire to avoid romanticizing the landscape is fundamental to the shifts in landscape photography that occurred in the late 1960s and 1970 by Matthew Harrison Tedford on the HyperAllergic website on June 27, 2017.

Frank Gohlke, “Landscape, Albuquerque” (1974), gelatin silver print (photo courtesy Cantor Arts Center)