Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Barbara Klemm Finds Color in Black-and-White Photos of German Politicians

See the “socialist fraternal kiss” on the lips between Soviet premier Leonid Brezhnev and East Germany's Erich Honecker.

Photos: Chain and the Gang at @ Comet Ping Pong

The Top Five Photos Shown in D.C. This Year

All but one, an unforgettable creation in color, are rendered in shades of glorious gray.

D.C.’s Top 10 Photography Exhibits of the Year

Photos from Mexico and Maine, from early-'60s New York and mid-'70s Los Angeles, from 19th-century Burma and contemporary Ghana

The Majestic Shrines and Stickered, Littered Phone Booths of Southeast Asia

An exhibition of Frank Hallam Day's photos could use more balance between the two.

Frank Hallam Day’s Deep Dive into Ghana’s Small-Time Fishing Industry

There’s visual allure—torsos well cut by the heavy labor, moments of solace staring off into the silvery ocean—but also hardship.

Art Basel Miami Experience

"Sleeping Exercise" presented by Marina Abramovic Institute in collaboration
with Fondation Beyeler, Dec. 5th, Art Basel Miami.  View the Full Art Basel Week Gallery.
All photos by © Matt Dunn, 2014.

Manufactured Underwater Landscapes at Adamson Gallery

Photographer Kim Keever has a peculiar technique that involves a 200-gallon tank of water.

Photos of Icebergs and Demolition Derbies at Hillyer Art Space

The stars here are the cars, in all their dented and rough, hand-painted glory.

Alexander Vasiljev’s Too-Careful Landscapes of Maine

Craggy seaside scenes, aging lighthouses, rolling cloud formations—they’re all here.

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