Robert Frank: ‘The Americans’ Opens at Cantor Arts Center

Robert Frank: ‘The Americans’ Opens at Cantor Arts Center

Robert Frank once stated that there are too many images and too many cameras in today’s world. The 20th-century photographer commented, “we’re all being watched,” and it becomes sillier and sillier. With the massive output of presented images, that perhaps “all action is meaningless. Nothing is really all that special. It’s just life.” He went […]

Photographic Energy Photons and Waves

Photographic Energy Photons and Waves

If a person is passionate about photography, there is one main requirement, a strong desire to always search for that one instance of harmony. A definition is in order, a question arises. It is a photographic question of harmony. It is a balance of elements: light, seeing, subject, exposure, timing, and anticipation. Photographers find a […]

‘Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit’ at the Getty

‘Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit’ at the Getty

American photographer Minor White was polemical, often misunderstood and on occasion, forgotten. The 20th century photographer not only conveyed a fundamental mastery of the artistic and technical elements of photography, but its conceivability to become a “medium of spiritual transformation.” The J. Paul Getty Center presents Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit from July 8 […]

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