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Tim Knight: Seeing the World as the Camera Sees It

Tim Knight: Seeing the World as the Camera Sees It

. October 21, 2014

In his photographs, Tim Knight focuses on the textures and patterns of the world around him, turning landscapes and interiors into personal visions. “I want to show the essence of the places I love and the depth of my own feeling for them,” he says, and his pictures achieve that goal through a sharp eye […]

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Marcin Ryczek’s Elegant Philosophical Black and White Photographs

Marcin Ryczek’s Elegant Philosophical Black and White Photographs

. August 15, 2014

Marcin Ryczek’s simple yet striking photographs create maximum impact by using elegant and minimal design components. The crisp lines in the photographs infer digital editing, but in fact are composed solely from Ryczek’s careful observations and intuitive compositional skills. While the geometry or black-and-white printing seem to suggest coldness upon an initial glance, the drive […]

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Mel Leach’s Photography Connects Us With The Permanent Beauty Of Nature

Mel Leach’s Photography Connects Us With The Permanent Beauty Of Nature

. July 18, 2014

Inspired by the natural beauty of Minnesota and Ontario, photographer and wilderness traveler Mel Leach will immerse himself in a location for days at a time, waiting patiently for just the right moment. “I try to inspire people to get away from the everyday, continuously-connected world… to connect to something permanent and beautiful in the […]

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Olga Grinblat. Photographs of the Poetic

Olga Grinblat. Photographs of the Poetic

. July 18, 2014

Driven by a desire to find and describe beauty within her camera lens, Ukrainian-born artist Olga Grinblat creates photographs that arrest the inherent poetry of the world around us. Whether focusing on natural wonders, still lifes or more abstract themes, Grinblat distills a vivid exquisiteness from her subjects. A sensitive, careful eye for minutiae is […]

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Carnegie Museum of Art Hillman Photography Initiative

Carnegie Museum of Art Hillman Photography Initiative

. July 1, 2014

It pervades our world. Every day, millions of images are created, appropriated, and erased from existence. Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative, an incubator for innovative thinking about the photographic image, launches today, with a suite of projects, all revolving around the lifecycle of images. Join the conversation at nowseethis.org. Four projects consider the […]

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