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Artist Photographs Her Family’s Vintage Slides in New Locales

“Bathing Beauty” “These little vignettes of family life in my current ‘space’ comfort me that [my mom] and others are still near, watching over me.”   Many people collect old photographs for their nostalgic qualities. These images offer windows into … Continue reading

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Tuba Skinny – “Going Back Home” – Royal St. -*Tip the band at More at Digitalalexa

Tuba Skinny plays “Going Back Home” on Royal St. -4/16/12 Erika Lewis – vocals Todd Burdick- Tuba Shaye Cohn – Cornet Barnabus Jones – Trombone Robin Rapuzzi – Washboard John Doyle – Sax Sam Doores – Bass Drum

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Gordon Parks: Part One | 1 July – 8 August 2020 – Overview

Gordon Parks, Untitled, Alabama, 1956. © The Gordon Parks Foundation   Due to overwhelming visitor interest in Gordon Parks: Part One, we are extending the exhibition through Saturday 8 August.   Originally scheduled to open in March this year, Alison … Continue reading

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Summary of Mary Warner Marien’s Essay on Charles Nègre’s Chimney Sweep Walking.

Chimney Sweep Walking, Nègre, Charles, 1851 The essay initially starts with a discussion on what were seen in 1839 as the strengths and weaknesses of photography and its limitations as an art form at the time. she mentions that Negre … Continue reading

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10 Street Photographers EVERY Photographer MUST Know

Street photography combines the improvisational act of capturing life as hit happens combined with the nostalgia and visual aesthetic that’s like no other style of photography. I haven’t done one of these kinds of videos in a while so I … Continue reading

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Paris’s Newest Major Museum Is Dedicated to Henri Cartier-Bresson | Architectural Digest

Henri Cartier-Bresson in Brie, France, 1968 By Nadja Sayej November 7, 2018   Henri Cartier-Bresson—who photographed Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, and Le Corbusier—has his namesake museum opening in the bustling Marais district The Marais is a lively district in Paris, … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film: “It’s About Time!” | DUST

A young man’s night takes an eventful turn after a mysterious object appears in his backyard. It’s About Time! by Isaac Carlton Follow the Filmmaker:…

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7 Egg Dishes, From Octopus Eggs to Ostrich Eggs | Around the World

Not one chicken egg was cracked open in the making of the latest episode of “Around the World.” Instead, Great Big Story senior producer/egg connoisseur Beryl Shereshewsky talked to seven people in seven countries to find out what other kinds … Continue reading

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The Uplift | SwissMiss

The world needs more poetic humans like Tom Lawton. He is the creator of Uplift, a solar-powered sculpture designed to soothe the soul that’s made from waste fishing nets. Source: The Uplift

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à la fin…

Here is a film I started a year ago. It’s not a commissioned work, it’s neither fiction nor animation, the graphic style is rather singular. It’s a moment of introspection, very intimate, staged through a succession of small moments imbued with poetry, … Continue reading

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