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It's in the difference of opinion that we find our point of view.
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We're giving away one signed & numbered print from our collection. Rules? Right this way -->> http://goo.gl/uPLxS

#contest   #giveaway  
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Summer 2012 Wall Done Editions (28 photos)
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Nat Finkelstein photographed Andy Warhol and the scene that surrounded his studio, the Silver Factory, between 1964 and 1967. If he were still alive, Warhol would have turned 84 today. Happy birthday Andy!

Pensive Andy at Silver Factory © Nat Finkelstein

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It's official. After many days of hard work and preparations (including working on Labour Day…yes, it should be illegal) we'd like to announce that from May 10th, Wall Done has a new, temporary home at Willa Grohmana, where we'll be holding a "Collect art not dust" event, together with terrific people from Fotofestiwal Łódź. 

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Here's what's happening:

Wall Done joins forces with Fotofestiwal Łódź to encourage the public to engage in the reviving practice of art collecting and once again open a discussion about the place of art in our daily life. Because blank walls are no longer en vogue. 

At Wall Done, we believe that anyone interested in art and photography can become a collector; in order to share that view with a larger audience, we assembled a limited selection of choice, high-quality photo prints by the participants of the forthcoming edition of the festival.

This is your chance to experience the privileges of owning a private photo collection. Individual photos as well as sets of the entire collection will be available for viewing and purchase in one of the Fotofestiwal venue’s rooms (Willa Grohmana, ul.Tylnej 9/11), adapted especially for that purpose, throughout the festival (May 10th-20th), as well as online, at walldone.com.

Tailored specifically for beginner collectors, these rare works come in two functional formats (30x40 and 18x24 cm). Each copy is numbered and comes with a certificate signed by the author. You no longer just stare and desire, right now you may indulge yourself with a private collection of art.

Now, if for some reason you won't be able to come in person you still have a chance to be a part of the campaign. We'll be keeping everyone in the loop through our Facebook and Twitter channels. A 10 days full of exhibitions, lectures by renowned photographers and photography lovers. Video interviews with the authors and people from the industry. Please join us for tons of inspiration, networking and fantastic imagery.
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Collect art, not dust. Fotofestiwal Łódź. Opening + Day 1
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Collect art, not dust. 2012
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We have some NEWs for you. Sign up here: http://goo.gl/egiIA
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»Backyard Oasis« exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum.

Anyone who’s taken a plane flight over LA knows that its landscape isn’t marked by rivers, crop fields, or cows. Rather, it’s distinguished by an inordinate number of swimming pools, collectively forming an iconic staple of SoCal living that’s been explored by David Hockney, Herb Ritts, and countless other artists who have been inspired by the region’s so-called “backyard oasis.”
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»Lisboa« by Guy Neveling.

If you are a regular visitor you should be already familiar with Guy Neveling and some of of his commercial work. http://goo.gl/28bQX Today I'm feeling way more casual. Look and read what he has to say about being rewarded.
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»Drama King« Images by Guy Bourdin.

Guy Bourdin's fashion photography was dark, theatrical and disturbing. While he was considered one of the coolest photographers of his time, he refused to have his work celebrated.

Guy Bourdin probably never meant for his photographs to be seen on magazine pages again. Throughout his career, spanning three decades, he created thousands of images for French Vogue and advertising campaigns and yet saved almost nothing for posterity. So even before his death of cancer in 1991, you could be forgiven for asking, 'Guy who?'

In the Sixties and Seventies, Guy Bourdin, was the coolest photographer in Paris – then regarded as a cultural hotspot. But unlike his contemporaries, who revelled in their burgeoning rock-star status, he ducked away from the limelight and continually turned down offers to exhibit or compile a book of his photographs.
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»Seven Rooms« by Rafal Milach

»What I like best about Russia is myself - Stas«. It's hard to argue with such a statement. New feature on Wall Done.

The plan was pretty straightforward. To go to Russia and create a broad and complex story describing the condition of the contemporary country with all its little things and most importantly, the whole generation of young, troubled people in the middle of transformation. After three years of work he realized that the task might be little bit more demanding than he initially expected. Instead of trying to comprehend the problem with all its nuances, he focused on everyday lives of - as he described - usual residents. I'm glad he did.

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A short excerpt by Liza Faktor:

Why does a photographer, or anyone with an ability to create narrative, gets drawn to a certain geographical territory to the point that he spends years in and out and most of his income to look at it at a close proximity? The sense of belonging, probably?

He doesn't have to like it or even come to understand the place, but he has to love it and all that comes with it: its people, food, drunkenness, taxi music and landscape.

Rafal Milach has been haunted by Russia and its 7 people. He spent six years with those people in 3 cities: Moscow, Yekaterinburg and Krasnoyarsk. In their 30s, they are intermediates between the ineradicable Soviet mentality and the increasingly anxious Russian mind of today.

Milach's search is the kind which is almost impossible to visualize. And yet, what he has here, in this book, is a fascinating and subtle journey into the loss of direction, into the sad and beautiful connection with our country.

You would be surprised that in all the richness of the Russian language, where there is a separate word for everything, the word 'country' means both the territory and the government…

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The book was published by Kehrer Verlag, has 152 pages and 57 pictures. It has a killer design by +ania nalecka. All interviews were conducted by the author himself. Texts by Svetlana Alexievich. It is available in English and Russian and as a special, signed and numbered, limited edition of 100. Comes with a signed print of your choice!

http://rafalmilach.com/book-support
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New feature! is online. Have a look at Marcel Gautherot's iconic series.
BUILDING BRASILIA
BUILDING BRASILIA
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