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ASP American photography

  1. 1. ASP American Photography and Beyond Photography
  2. 2. Your art resume: GROUP EXHIBITIONS Fall 2010 • Krakow after Dark Thomas Hunter Project Space, New York, New York, USA • Poland Now Brick Wall Gallery, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, USA Note that these are not the titles. Exhibition titles will be determined by the work.
  3. 3. •  The Photo Project: to gather a series of b/w photographs on the theme of “’round midnight” by participating in one of two visits to Kazimierz . The goal is to capture a hidden city that comes out late night—people, places or things. One (possibly more) photograph per student will be chosen and packed to exhibit at Hunter College Manhattan in the fall of 2010. •  Meeting dates for late-night street photography: April 16 at 9:00. Meet at Alchemia with camera. •  Meeting to choose images: April 21 at 7pm (before class, meet near 104) bring disk or contact sheet •  Make up date: April 30 if additional images need to be captured. •  Questions? loriakent@hotmail.com
  4. 4. Camera Obscura
  5. 5. Historic Photography - Daguerreotypes
  6. 6. Portrait of a Young Man, 1840 Samuel F. B. Morse (American, 1791–1872) Daguerreotype
  7. 7. Abolitionist Button, 1840s–50s Unknown Artist, Unknown School Daguerreotype
  8. 8. Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1850s Albert Sands Southworth (American, 1811–1894); Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, 1808–1901)Daguerreotype
  9. 9. Kno-Shr, Kansas Chief, 1853 John Fitzgibbon (American, 1816?–1882) Daguerreotype
  10. 10. Eclipse of the Sun, May 26, 1854 William Langenheim (American, 1807–1874); Frederick Langenheim (American, 1809–1879) Daguerreotype
  11. 11. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/adag/hd_adag.htm
  12. 12. Historic Photography – Civil War
  13. 13. Timothy O’Sullivan, Harvest of Death, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863
  14. 14. Matthew Brady was the most famous photographer of the American Civil War
  15. 15. STAGED? Khaldei
  16. 16. Timothy O’Sullivan, Green River (Colorado), c. 1868
  17. 17. Ansel Adams is considered one of America’s great landscape photographers
  18. 18. Historic Photography – Early to Mid 20th Century
  19. 19. Walker Evans, Roadside Store between Tuscaloosa and Greensboro, Alabama, 1936
  20. 20. Alfred Stieglitz, From the Shelton, New York, 1931
  21. 21. Alfred Stieglitz, Camera Work
  22. 22. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt0RTSmfnQk&feature=related
  23. 23. Charles Sheeler, Criss-Crossed Conveyors–Ford Plant, 1927
  24. 24. Photography – Mid to Late 20th Century
  25. 25. Margaret Bourke-White, At the Time of the Louisville Flood, 1937
  26. 26. Brigadier General Nguygen Ngoc Loan executing the suspected leader of a Vietcong commando unit Saigon, South Vietnam, February 1, 1968
  27. 27. Brigadier General Nguygen Ngoc Loan executing the suspected leader of a Vietcong commando unit Saigon, South Vietnam, February 1, 1968
  28. 28. Nick Ut won a Pulitzer Prize for this photograph
  29. 29. MS2 Lodz Zbigniew Libera
  30. 30. Nick Ut continued this work
  31. 31. Nick Ut found the girl in the photo in Canada many years later
  32. 32. Joel Meyerwitz, Bay/Sky, 1984
  33. 33. Joel Meyerwitz, Bay/Sky, Provincetown, 1984
  34. 34. Joel Meyerwitz, Porch, Provincetown, 1977
  35. 35. “In order to be an artist, you have to keep the things that others discard” - Richard Avedon
  36. 36. ICP New York http://www.icp.org/site/c.dnJGKJNsFqG/b.5394877/k.97DE/ Dress_Codes.htm JEREMY KOST Born Corpus Christi, Texas, 1977 Lives and works in New York
  37. 37. Contemporary Photography – Richard Avedon
  38. 38. More on this photo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vvDveuzqRM
  39. 39. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpIZ_S38A_0
  40. 40. Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair
  41. 41. Contemporary Photography – William Wegman
  42. 42. William Wegman, Still from Rage and Depression, Reel 3, 1972–1973
  43. 43. Contemporary Photography – The Starn Brothers
  44. 44. •  Structure of Thought 6a is printed on translucent vellum and is a beautiful print on its own, so if you didn't get the first one, don't hesitate to click through and grab a print. And of course, it can be layered over Structure of Thought 6b. I sat in the studio with Mike and Doug and we experimented with the proofs, trying to decide the best way to layer them effectively. The objective is twofold: creating a little space between the two layers allows the light to move through the vellum, illuminating the lower print, and when the vellum is suspended it also creates some ripples in the paper, mimicking the texture of their works done on varnished papers.
  45. 45. http://www.wirtzgallery.com/bios/bio_starn.html
  46. 46. Contemporary Photography – Sally Mann
  47. 47. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Khn5GN9cHWAfeature=channel
  48. 48. Contemporary Photography – Mathew Barney
  49. 49. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xWtS9HsP4U
  50. 50. Contemporary Photography – Nan Goldin
  51. 51. Contemporary Photography – Robert Maplethorpe
  52. 52. Contemporary Photography – Jeff Wall
  53. 53. Sakino Hokusai, Shunshuu Ejiri, from the series Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji, 1831
  54. 54. Jeff Wall, A Sudden Gust of Wind (After Hokusai), 1993
  55. 55. Contemporary Photography – Carrie Mae Weems
  56. 56. Contemporary Photography – Lorna Simpson
  57. 57. Contemporary Photography – Cindy Sherman
  58. 58. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xsow0QaKJAMfeature=channel
  59. 59. Contemporary Photography – NikKi Lee
  60. 60. Kwabena Slaughter – NYFA Fellow

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