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    Thanks for posting the link to Joshua Lutz. I really fell in love with his Meadowlands work when I first saw some images in PDN about a year ago.

    For me the images are a sort of a contemporary version of Robert Frank's The Americans.
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    Decided to start out the day looking at the work of Jerry Spagnoli. He is probably the foremost practitioner of Daguerreotype living today.

    http://www.jerryspagnoli.com/Anatomi...piralhand.html
    "Fundamentally I think we need to rediscover a non-ironic world"
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    Very useful thread with lots of familiar, and for me, not so familiar connections. One person whose images I keep going back to is Michal Cala from Poland. Perhaps not such a fashionable style these days and hardly known outside Poland but worth a look if you like dark and expressionistic work:

    www.michalcala.pl/en/artisticblackandwhite.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by GFDarlington View Post
    Very useful thread with lots of familiar, and for me, not so familiar connections. One person whose images I keep going back to is Michal Cala from Poland. Perhaps not such a fashionable style these days and hardly known outside Poland but worth a look if you like dark and expressionistic work:

    www.michalcala.pl/en/artisticblackandwhite.php
    Thanks for the link. Connecting with the work of more obscure but talented photographers like Michal Cala was one of the reasons I started the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoo Batchelor View Post
    And deservedly so!

    Nice work

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    Stoo, thank you.

    I took a look at your work, very good. Especially liked the English Lakeland series; "After the Rain" comes to mind as a favorite.

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    Recently I think the most interesting photographer out there has been Christopher Williams

    http://www.davidzwirner.com/artists/...ed_works_6.htm

    also have been really digging Annette Kelm.

    http://www.johannkoenig.de/inc/index...1&bild_id=1550

    for those who are looking for interesting ways of taking new photographs (or at least thinking about the critical frame they sit in) I also really dig this blog called i heart photograph.

    http://iheartphotograph.blogspot.com/

    Most days I couldn't live without William Eggleston, Steven Shore, Araki, Terry Richardson, Diane Arbus and Robert Frank.

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    im having that same trouble with william egglestone shawn. it drives me crazy that i like his stuff.

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    Last weekend I visited the Australian Centre for Photography in Sydney - it was my first visit and I had a ball!!!

    Exhibitions were by Chris Ireland ("Breathe"), Francesca Rosa ("Interior Disaster") and Edward Burtynsky ("Australian Minescapes").

    Chris and Francesca also each did their "floor talk" and it was great to get into their mind and hear about their motivation, etc. It was also good to catch up with Francesca afterward and talk to her about her use of film (Rollei 6x6 with Reala) and catch a glimpse of her passion she's just so approachable and likeable.

    I mainly went there because Chris is a mate (and cousin) and I wanted to show support for him at the exhibition, and to hear more about his "Breathe" series - as a bonus I found out a lot more about the killer we call "asbestos"

    I can highly recommend these three artists, their current exhibitions and the venue as well

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    Interesting work here by Michael Donner:

    http://photoeye.com/Gallery/forms2/i...=PhotoShowcase

    Read the artist statement. He describes his post exposure techniques to achieve his final prints.
    Last edited by Jim Chinn; 07-22-2009 at 08:34 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie View Post
    Chip Simons Bunny series caught my eye this week.

    http://www.chipsimons.com/
    Valerie, thanks for posting that! I met him at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival here in Denver several years ago, and the bunny series was so much fun. I've been trying to remember his name for the longest time, but haven't been able to recall or find his site. Many thanks.



 

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