Posts Tagged ‘History of Photography’

The Family of Man by Edward Steichen

The Family of Man by Edward Steichen

AUDIO Click on the triangle to listen along while you read. While thumbing through my copy of an original catalog from the Family of Man exhibition, I can’t help but to think of the various types of people in attendance, class, race, gender, all under the same roof, sharing the same air, viewing the same […]

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Landscape Photography

Landscape Photography

As discussed in the “What is Landscape” survey posted to Facebook, there are many interpretations of the term “landscape.” However abstract the term becomes, they all seem to reference the vast open space of our land. During the process of assembling these thoughts on “landscape” and what the terms convey, the following artist’s work comes […]

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