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Links to curated sequences of photography, art, architecture, design, motion graphics and video.
Links to curated sequences of photography, art, architecture, design, motion graphics and video.

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A series of digitally enhanced urban photographs
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“No image can be “reality” because reality it happens only once before my eyes.” Mario Giacomelli
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A series of digitally enhanced urban photographs
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“Are there affirmable days or places in our deteriorating world? Are there scenes in life, right now, for which we might conceivably be thankful? Is there a basis for joy or serenity, even if felt only occasionally? Are there grounds now and then for an unironic smile?” ~ Robert Adams

For four decades Adams has photographed the changing landscape of the American West, finding there a fragile beauty that endures despite our troubled relationship with nature, and with ourselves. His photos are distinguished not only by their economy and lucidity, but also by their mixture of grief and hope.
Robert Adams :: Photography
Robert Adams :: Photography
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The subject of parking structures is universal in the modern world, while also standing as an icon for the distinctive urban experience that Los Angeles represents. Flick’s notion of photographing inside a parking garage was not a gimmick or a passing fancy. For more than two years — 1977 through 1979 — he lugged his cameras, lenses, tripods and other equipment to the multistory concrete structure near his studio, and he photographed no other landscape. No cars or people intrude upon the pristine wilderness of this parking structure. It is “an unsettled, uncultivated region left in its natural condition,” as my dictionary defines it…
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Henry Wessel first gained recognition in the 1970s as part of the New Topographics, a group of photographers who challenged the conventions of documentary and landscape photography, capturing instead the poetry of seemingly mundane scenes and subjects—traffic lights, advertisements, empty landscapes, and suburbia. During the 1970s he moved to San Francisco from New York after falling in love with the brilliant quality of light in California. There, in both black-and-white and color film, he photographed the vernacular architecture and social landscape of his surroundings, in prints with long shadows and rich tonal variations…
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Currently there are major redevelopments occurring on the riverside in Dundee in preparation for the new V&A Museum. This selection of photographs captures some leisure centre swimming pool flumes that will soon be demolished as part of this process...
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Currently there are major redevelopments occurring on the riverside in Dundee in preparation for the new V&A Museum. This selection of photographs captures some of the texts and surfaces from the numerous boards that now loosely define this area…
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