Archive for the 'Photography' Category

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

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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.

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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)

Armenian Photographer’s Stunning Street Photography reveals life in Russia: Part 1

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

Click Here to Read: Armenian Photographer’s Stunning Street Photography reveals life in Russia: Part 1 on the Vicious Kangeroo website on May 5, 2017

Photographs Document Arctic Change on Our Frozen Sea

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Click Here to Read: Photographs Document Arctic Change on Our Frozen Seas: Pictures like Diane Tuft’s and Stefan Hunstein’s eventually may be all that remains to remind us of the Arctic’s terrible beauty by Christopher Lyon on the yperAllergic website on June 16, 2017.

Diane Tuft, “Seascape, Greenland Ice Sheet” (2016), edition of 5, color pigment print, 60 x 80 inches (© Diane Tuft, courtesy Marlborough Gallery, New York)

Photography Friday: Joseph Brett Kaminski

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

“Brooklyn Symmetries” by Joseph Brett Kaminski.

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Death and Perseverance in the Lodz Ghetto, Captured by One of Its Inhabitants

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Click Here to Read:  Death and Perseverance in the Lodz Ghetto, Captured by One of Its Inhabitants: An official photographer in the ghetto administration, Henryk Ross defied the laws of the Nazi regime by taking clandestine photographs of Jewish residents as they confronted poverty, squalor, debasement, and death by Christopher Snow on the HyperAllergic website on May 31st, 2017.

Henryk Ross, “Lodz Ghetto residents” (Spring 1940–December 1941), 100 modern Chromira prints from original 35 mm negatives Installation view (photograph by the author)

A Database of Photography’s First 100 Years from Over 50 European Archives

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Click Here to Read: A Database of Photography’s First 100 Years from Over 50 European Archives: A giant cache of historical photography is now part of a searchable online database Claire Voon on the HyperAllergic website on May 26th, 2017.

“An artist in his line,” (1890/1910) published by Underwood&Underwood (Public domain image)

Unpacking the Relationship Between Images and Social Justice

Saturday, May 27th, 2017


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Unpacking the Relationship Between Images and Social Justice: In a recent course at the Brooklyn Public Library, professor Sarah E. Lewis asked: how have images both limited and liberated our definition of citizenship? by Seph Rodney on the HyperAllergic website on May 24, 2017.

Sarah E. Lewis teaching her first “Vision & Justice” class at the Brooklyn Public Library on March 24 (all photos by Gregg Richards, courtesy the Brooklyn Public Library)

 

Photography Friday: Adam Shechter

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

“Transitional Bridges” by Adam Shechter. Mr. Shechter is an analytic psychotherapist who writes poetry and takes photos.

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Photography Friday: Barrie Karp

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

By Barrie Karp Ph.D. (Philosophy) NYC

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Georgia O’Keeffe: The Brand A new show at the Brooklyn Museum reconstructs one of the 20th century’s most enduring personas. BY RUMAAN ALAM March 3, 2017

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Click Here to Read: Georgia O’Keeffe: The Brand: A new show at the Brooklyn Museum reconstructs one of the 20th century’s most enduring personas by Ranaan Alam on the New Republic website on March 3, 2017.

Photography Friday: Howard Gotfryd

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

“Lounging” by Howard Gotfryd

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Photography Friday: Gerald Seligman

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

“Euphoria, Brooklyn, NY” © by Gerald Seligman (no relation :-) Mr. Seligman has been a photographer for over 40 years, and his work has appeared in magazines, galleries, and on many album covers. You can see more of his images here: http://instagram.com/geraldseligman 

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.

2017 APsaA Waldorf Astoria Winter Meeting Photos

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

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Photography Friday: Jill H Mudge

Thursday, January 5th, 2017

jill_mudge“My Shadow” by Jill H Mudge taken in Nevada at Valley of Fire State Park

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‘Into Oblivion’ Uses Photography to Examine Lives of Dementia Patients

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

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Click Here to Read: ‘Into Oblivion’ Uses Photography to Examine Lives of Dementia Patients By Nicholas Bakalar in The New York Times on December 5, 2016.

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Photography Friday: Cindy Miracle

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

 

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Cindy Miracle is an artist who lives in Woodacre, California.
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