All posts featuring photographers, a specific photography, the technologies involved with photography and more general ideas about the photography as a modern medium.
☛ La Maison Française, New York University: Robert Silvers, New York City, early 1980s, from the exhibition “Dominique Nabokov: The World of the New York Review of Books”, Friday, November 1st – Friday, December 6th, 2013. Catalogue: PDF. Press release: PDF. For more details about the photo, see the end of this post. • • […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on February 4, 2014 ― Published in Communication, Photography, Technology | Tagged: book, community, Deleuze, friend, friendship, Guattari, Heidegger, humanism, love, media, medium, milieu, philosophy, Sloterdijk
☛ Magnum Photos: New Year 1967, Prague, Czechoslovakia, by Josef Koudelka. Image Reference KOJ1967001W00250/X (PAR289988). © Josef Koudelka/Magnum Photos. • • • Below is a short selection of the posts I’ve published here in 2013. Some of them develop an argument about a specific topic, while others document an item of interest (previous yearly recaps: […]
☛ LIFE: “Tereska Draws Her Home”, photo by David Seymour, Vol. 25, No. 26, December 27, 1948, p. 16. The original caption reads as follow: Children’s wounds are not all outward. Those made in the mind by years of sorrow will take years to heal. In Warsaw, at an institute which cares for some of […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on December 19, 2013 ― Published in Art, Communication, Photography | Tagged: catastrophe, child, childhood, children, civil, community, environment, home, house, ruins, terror, trauma, war
☛ Joseph O. Holmes Photography: Roxy Theater, Northampton, PA, from The Booth series, 2012. © Joseph O. Holmes. Used with permission. Joseph O. Holmes is an award-winning photographer based in Brooklyn, New York (not to be confused with Joseph Holmes from Kensington, California). In 2012, he made a series about the disappearing art of film […]