Analog Culture: Printer’s Proofs from Schneider/Erdman Photography Lab

Analog Culture: Printer’s Proofs from Schneider/Erdman Photography Lab

Reviewed by Joel Howe: “Ah yes, I remember the good old days of Kodak and Agfa paper, the soft warm tones of Portriga Rapid… I was an art school student of photography in the 1990s, and Schneider’s masterfully printed photographs did indeed evoke feelings of nostalgia for me.”

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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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Conrad Gees

Conrad Gees

His wife’s 90-year-old mother’s desire to see Cuba opened up a whole new creative world for Conrad. “Truly, Cuba unlike any country I’ve ever been to before…”

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Lilia Volodina

Lilia Volodina

“My imagination has always been running wild. I used to be a real bookworm, reading all the time, and I think that influenced my imagination a lot. I always liked creating my own world with my own characters, and making photographs for that because it’s the most believable medium.”

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Shooting Back: A Photographic View of Life by Homeless Children

Shooting Back: A Photographic View of Life by Homeless Children

The astounding photographs and accompanying comments by children in this book will inform those concerned about the consequences of poverty and homelessness, while inspiring everyone with their testament to the endurance and innate creativity of the human spirit.

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