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Not everyone was happy with the rise of the snapshot. Professional photographers were repelled by the weird, ungainly, often out-of-focus shots that amateurs produced. “Photography as a fad is well nigh on its last legs,” prayed the art photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Other pundits bemoaned “Kodak fiends,” camera obsessives who carried their device everywhere and were apparently so constantly taking pictures that they would space out and miss their trains.
The Invention of the “Snapshot” Changed the Way We Viewed the World- page 1 | Innovation | Smithsonian (via manyfacepalms)

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thisthisthisbook:

This, This, this is a collaborative publication produced by James Woodfill and Matt Wycoff. The book is part of a fifteen-year dialogue between the two artists that has included numerous exhibitions, articles, interviews and conversations. This, This, this is a limited edition of 100.  Each forty-page, full color eight by ten inch copy includes a hand-signed and numbered authentication card. They’re available here: 
https://squareup.com/market/thisthisthis/this-this-this
for $ 75.00 each plus shipping. More information can be found at:
www.jameswoodfill.com  
www.mattwycoff.com 

thisthisthisbook:

This, This, this is a collaborative publication produced by James Woodfill and Matt Wycoff. The book is part of a fifteen-year dialogue between the two artists that has included numerous exhibitions, articles, interviews and conversations. This, This, this is a limited edition of 100.  Each forty-page, full color eight by ten inch copy includes a hand-signed and numbered authentication card. They’re available here: 

https://squareup.com/market/thisthisthis/this-this-this

for $ 75.00 each plus shipping. More information can be found at:

www.jameswoodfill.com  

www.mattwycoff.com 

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mattrahner:

The exhibition “NEW WORKS BY TRAVIS SHAFFER AND ALEXIS CALLENDER” will be up in the Bingham Gallery on the University of Missouri’s campus until August 28th, when there will be a closing reception. The artists will hold a panel and discussion from 5:00-6:00 p.m. 
The image above is from Travis Shaffer's body of work”O WHITE GODS” that is currently on display.

mattrahner:

The exhibition “NEW WORKS BY TRAVIS SHAFFER AND ALEXIS CALLENDER” will be up in the Bingham Gallery on the University of Missouri’s campus until August 28th, when there will be a closing reception. The artists will hold a panel and discussion from 5:00-6:00 p.m. 

The image above is from Travis Shaffer's body of work”O WHITE GODS” that is currently on display.

(via archivecollective)

joerudko:

400% enlargement, 2014shredded photograph, on paper.15 x 11 inches.

joerudko:

400% enlargement, 2014
shredded photograph, on paper.
15 x 11 inches.

pricebullington:

Ken Price

pricebullington:

Ken Price

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Modern art not looking at children
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sophieeugenie:

Children Not Looking At Modern Art

sophieeugenie:

Children Not Looking At Modern Art

(Source: weirdpictures, via tagetcha)

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In Defense of Looting

jesuisperdu:

i love you, the new inquiry. good read. where are you, rest of the art world? i posted this on my FB earlier today, but i need to say it again:

I’m throwing mad shade at the art community right now. Why so quiet during all this turmoil?! I see you, cowards, watching from the sidelines.”

"Especially the photographers of the community. A lot of you fuckers are shooting "America" and making books and bullshit to post online and you don’t post anything NOW about what’s happening in America? Stoops"

edit: to clarify my point a bit, i personally believe that artists should be the first ones to show solidarity and outrage, you know?