Tag Archives: Paul Caponigro

The Longest Day of the Year

June 21 is the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, the day the sun reaches its farthest point north of the equator. Since the sun is higher in the sky, today receives more sunlight than any other day of the … Continue reading

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“Ice is water frozen into the solid state”

Soichi Kiyooka, Nikko, Tochigi, March 1974 (14.1994) Charles Pratt, Roxbury, 1965 (16.1996) Paul Caponigro, Ice No. One, Newton Mass., 1960 (66.2001.6)  Aleksandras Macijauskas, Beginning, 1984 (1144.1986)

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Catching a Glimpse through the Glass

Gilles Peress, Belfast City Center, 1972 Paul Caponigro, Frosted Window No. Two, Ipswich, Mass., 1961 Lisette Model, Reflection, New York, 1950 Aleksandras Macijauskas, In the Veterinary Clinic – 1, 1977 Martin Munkacsi, [Woman reflected in car ornament], 1937 Oh, Kitty! … Continue reading

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Solstice: Winter

George Barker, [Niagara Falls in Winter], ca. 1890 Unidentified Photographer, [Winter Baptism], ca. 1930s Ellen Binder, Moscow: A retired woman emerges from her winter morning swim in the Moscow River, 1991–98 Weegee, Winter, ca. 1940 Paul Caponigro, Stonehenge, 1978 Martin … Continue reading

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The original purpose remains mysterious…

it’s the 2009 summer solstice… Paul Caponigro, Stonehenge, 1978

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