Garry Winogrand: ‘Everything is Photographable’

Garry Winogrand: ‘Everything is Photographable’

By Erin Carey: “It was in the work of Garry Winogrand I felt most challenged and ignited by the possibilities of my medium. For him, everything is photographable. Shoot first, consider later…”

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Seiichi Furuya: ‘Graz’, 1979

Seiichi Furuya: ‘Graz’, 1979

By Sophia Namara of PhoPa Gallery: I first saw this portrait at SFMOMA and was immediately drawn to it. A woman’s face stares directly into the camera, her body obscured by bath water. It is an incredibly intimate portrait.

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J.H. Lartigue: ‘Bobsled Race, Zissou, and Madeleine Thibault…’

J.H. Lartigue: ‘Bobsled Race, Zissou, and Madeleine Thibault…’

by Eric Luden of Digital Silver Imaging: I especially enjoy many of the early French photographers, including Eugene Atget, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Jacques Henri Lartigue, and appreciate all of these masters and how they documented life.

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Duane Michals: ‘Who is Sidney Sherman?’

Duane Michals: ‘Who is Sidney Sherman?’

David Weinberg spotlights “Who is Sidney Sherman?” by Duane Michals in this second installment of our new feature, A Favorite Photograph.

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Sally Mann: ‘The Ditch’

Sally Mann: ‘The Ditch’

Suzanne Revy on Sally Mann’s “The Ditch” (1987): It was published in a New York Times Magazine article about Mann in the early ’90s, which coincided with a weekend visit at my then future in-laws in the New York area. I remember the interesting conversation we had about Mann’s photographs.

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