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The Photographer’s Eye or the Eye of the Camera?

John Loengard, Cartier-Bresson takes pictures in his Paris apartment, 1987 (239.1987) When we see a photograph of a photographer at work, questions can be raised about the relationship between the photographer, his camera, and the referent. Especially when the eyes … Continue reading

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Will She Throw Her Arms around Your Neck? Well, I Guess, Yes!

Andreas Feininger, [Ferris wheel], 1949 Andreas Feininger, The Gyro Globe Coney Island, New York, 1949 GYRO GLOBE, a metal monster which simultaneously spins and tilts its victims, looks weird enough by day, becomes a fantastic skein of light threads at … Continue reading

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Andreas Feininger

Andreas Feininger, Telescopic camera catches NYC skyline, 1946 Photographing both wonders of the natural and material world, Andreas Feininger is best known for his images of New York City. Capturing skylines, avenue canyons, and other city landscapes, Feininger’s images reproduced … Continue reading

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