From the Magnum Square Print Sale in Partnership with Aperture, Dawoud Bey, Nan Goldin, KangHee Kim and more reflect on the photograph’s potential to influence social and artistic images.
15 Photographers on How Imagination Shapes Their Work – Aperture
Look3: Richard Misrach on Documentary vs. Art, the Complications of Portraiture, and Digital Photography
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“I think this is the most exciting time in the history of photography,” he said. “Technology is expanding what photographers can do, like the microscope and the telescope expanded what scientists could do.”
Spring Photography Auctions Total More Than $30.8 Million, Set Artist Records
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Several world auction records were set for works by contemporary artists, among them Richard Misrach ($98,500), Alex Prager ($30,000), Viviane Sassen ($6250), Mona Kuhn ($11,250) and Julie Blackmon ($8,750).
Revisiting The Desert Cantos (5 Photos)
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The Robert Mann Gallery in New York City recently moved to a new location and to inaugurate the space, they are hanging a retrospective of Richard Misrach’s landscape and fine-art photography
Richard Misrach’s Destroy This Memory
The Year in Pictures: Trouble in Paradise
For almost 40 years Richard Misrach has been producing photographs of the American West focusing on man’s relationship and impact on his environment. His extended series “Desert Cantos” explored many aspects of the American desert with subjects ranging from fires and floods to military-scarred terrain to luscious skyscapes.
Check it out here.
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