Get excited with this new retrospective of color photography pioneer Stephen Shore, a catalyst for documentary photography in the 20th century.
The American photographer is mostly credited for his use of color, a then-innovative approach to documentary photography as it was usually taken in black and white. But Shore used the medium with a touch of Walker Evans in them, as well as various artistic movements such as Conceptualism, Photo-Realism, and Pop, allowing him to achieve the perfect neutrality in both subject matter and approach.
There is no style for Shore, as he is often in the search for maximum clarity, the absence of retouching, reframing, and his utter respect for natural light makes his oeuvre a classic must-see. The show Stephen Shore will be on the view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, until May 28, 2018.
British documentary photographer and color photography pioneer Martin Parr opened his own foundation in Bristol earlier this year, and with this short interview, he recollects his life and works with photography throughout the years.
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The year 2018 will be twelve months of retro-futurist aesthetics where the new meets the old. Welcome Italian analogue shooter Chiara Dondi as she uses the vintage style of the 19th century and early Pictorialist photography in capturing the faces of 21st-century women.
We got to chat with documentary filmmakers, Emanuele Mengotti and Marco Tomaselli who's new film "West of Babylonia" details the lives of those occupying Slab City, a self proclaimed new society. Working with the LomoKino and Petzval Lens, the duo made a stunning film.
Introducing Lomography's latest limited edition film, the B&W 400 35 mm Berlin Kino film! Originally used to make black and white films, this film provides timeless photos with sublime shades of gray worthy of the movies! Preorder yours before it's too late!
Text and images are combined in the experimental visuals of German mixed-medium artist Astrid Klein. A show in Hamburg displays a full retrospective of Klein and how she questioned objective photography.