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DATE 1/25/2015

Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

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Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

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Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

DATE 1/25/2015

Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

"I think all the stuff on the street is a gift. But you only get it if you go out there every day. You have to be there to see it, you have to read the content of the street. 
I think it's rich with potential meaning, and with the light changing every minute, that, too, changes the meaning of what you read. I am always looking to make a photograph of something nearby, and something far away, at the same time.
 For me, that 's what so exquisite about being out on the street, that it's throwing all this content at me all day long, and I am trying to see what can I do with all this loose information, how can I put a frame around it to make it somehow astonishing, while actually it is just ordinary life?" Featured image ("New York City, 1975) and excerpt are reproduced from Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective.

Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

DATE 1/23/2015

Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective

At last, a true retrospective monograph on the great American street photographer, Joel Meyerowitz. Not a single image in this book is less than great. "I worked from a kind of innocence at the beginning to a degree of knowingness now," Meyerowitz is quoted. "And along the way photography has taught me many things. I feel that I've been a servant to photography and it's given me back whatever I could understand from its gifts and demands. One of the very first things I learned working on the street was that when the moment arrives you simply make a picture of the moment, and often the frame itself isn't perfect. It's not a Cartier-Bresson, classically organized frame. It's got a different kind of energy in it. Perhaps it's closer, or bolder, it's more about the first connection between whatever is going on and you as the artist. I was struggling at that time to learn how to be in the moment. How close to get to somebody, how do I understand the significance of the moment?" Featured image is "New York City" (1962).

Emil Nolde: My Garden Full of Flowers

DATE 1/22/2015

Emil Nolde: My Garden Full of Flowers

In Dumont's stunning new release, Emil Nolde: My Garden Full of Flowers, Manfred Reuther describes the existential threat that grew up around the painter in the 1930s. "More than one thousand of his works were confiscated from German museums in conjunction with the action against 'degenerate art.' Almost simultaneously with the completion of his house and his seventieth birthday, the bitter news of the Degenerate Art exhibition, in which modernist artists were pilloried, reached him from Munich. Nolde was the artist with the most works in the exhibition, and he was prohibited from painting in 1941. After the end of National Socialist rule, when his 'tied hands,' as he wrote, were again 'freed,' he painted, inspired by the abundance of flowers in his garden, 'at first a few garden pictures with large and glowing poppies in order to get accustomed to colors again.'" Featured image, "Large Poppies (Red, Red, Red)" (1942) is reproduced from My Garden Full of Flowers.

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DATE 12/12/2014

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Gauguin: Metamorphoses

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Stephen Shore: Survey

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DATE 11/4/2014

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