In his Metamodernist Manifesto, Luke Turner defined philosophy as a “Pragmatic romanticism unhindered by an ideological anchorage.”
"I want to challenge how the depicted are expected to be seen, undermine the stereotype.
If you take photographs seriously, that’s the end of the story. Moriyama’s public career began in the magazine PROVOKE vol 2., in which he shot a couple having sex in a love hotel.
I’ve never done commercial work. I’ve done some editorial work for magazines like The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine and Wired. The only difference is I have to work faster.
Since Wurm's work lives primarily on a photographic record, it is natural that his aesthetic has become a source of inspiration for photographers...
"This project was started as a tribute to my mother and especially for my daughter to have evidence and remember our time together."
Dreamers is powerful and relevant, especially in light of the recent travel ban that effectively prevents Neshat from returning to Iran for the time being.
"...the most intimate of the Ghandi post-mortem scenes and the biblically-proportioned gatherings punctuated with tree-top-perched onlookers overwhelm in the instant without deliberation, as Cartier-Bresson intended"
He earned the name Weegee as an alternate spelling of Ouija, because of his preternatural ability to get to the scene,, and because ...
"Don’t let people get to your insides too quickly. But also by all means, be open to receiving love."