Posts Tagged ‘art’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  December 19

Facebook has hired a photography liaison. Photographer Nate Thayer is standing up to ABC TV. The debate over press access to the White House...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  December 12

Lifehacker has complied a list of 2013's best photo articles, tips and hacks. Alf Kumalo photographed Nelson Mandela's family for 60...

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Between art & Art

 •  June 21

Metropolitan Museum #28, 2000 © Vid Ingelevics / Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery From June 22 through July 20, Vid Ingelevics' Between art...

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Here and There

 •  June 19

© Ruth Kaplan, If Your Name Appears, photographs and sound, 6 min, 2012-13 (Canadian, b. 1955) Through August 25, the Ryerson Image Centre in...

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Sigma’s 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art Lens

 •  June 18

The Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art Lens The ultra-fast, ultra-compact Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM zoom lens is the newest addition to...

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Picturing the Canadian Pacific Railway

 •  June 7

Indian (First Nation mother carrying baby) and teepee near Medicine Hat, Alberta, ca. 1894, Vaux family fonds (V653/NA–20), Whyte Museum of...

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Festival International Montréal en Arts

 •  May 30

© Emmanuel Chieze From June 12 to 16 in Montreal, a kilometre of the pedestrian section of Sainte-Catherine Street (between St-Hubert Street and...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  May 28

There was a bit of a controversy triggered by a comment by Yahoo's Marissa Mayer at a recent Flickr press event regarding the difference between a...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  April 26

Need some inspiration for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day coming up this Sunday? In this interview, Sebastião Salgado talks about his photo...

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Photo Essay: Horizons

 •  January 29

by Klaus Rossler © Klaus Rossler I arrived early to experience the freshness of spring, the advantage of calmer winds...

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