Tag Archives: Harold Eugene Edgerton

In Solidarity with: March for Our Lives

Harold Eugene Edgerton, Cutting the card quickly, 1964 (59.1987) George S. Zimbel, Boy and gun, Bronx, New York City, 1970 (121.1985) Ernst Haas, Toy Gun, 1960 (42.1976) Unidentified Photographer, [Unidentified Boy with Gun], ca. 1865 (2007.54.25) Andy Warhol, Gun, 1981 (2008.58.90) Weegee, [Schoolchildren evacuated from classroom … Continue reading

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Norishment or Poison?

Milk has been part of our diet since the Neolithic Revolution (10,000 BCE), when humans domesticated animals. The discussion about organic, raw, and genetically treated food is at its peak. There are arguments on each side of the coin, both … Continue reading

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The Science of Sports

Dr. Harold Eugene Edgerton (American, 1903–1990) was given the 1987 ICP Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement. Edgerton revolutionized photography in the 1930’s with his incorporation of strobe lights into the medium (an effect which essentially allowed split-second motion to be … Continue reading

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