Photography & Intermedia

Stéphane Couturier by Adriane
November 19, 2010, 12:00 am
Filed under: Photography

Toyota # 15, 2005
40 x 50″ C-print

Clarissa Sligh by Adriane
November 11, 2010, 12:00 am
Filed under: Photography

Waiting for Daddy, 1987

John Heartfield by Adriane
November 9, 2010, 12:00 am
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Adolf the Superman Swallows Gold and Spouts Junk, 17 July 1932

voting today by Adriane
November 2, 2010, 8:30 am
Filed under: Announcement

Picturing the Crisis by Adriane
November 2, 2010, 7:39 am
Filed under: Article

Like the post-Katrina streets of New Orleans, the refrigerator has become a ubiquitous symbol within the larger crisis.

One of the ways we remember an economic crisis is through images. Think of the Great Depression, told through the black-and-white portraits of men in bread lines, or wearing placards that beg for work; of a Wall Street suit hocking his car to pay for food; of Hoovervilles.

We remember the oil crisis of the 1970s—technically two crises—not through dry statistics but through scenes of cars and trucks, and sometimes people, stuck in a line that snakes off a gas station’s lot and down the street, choking a city block. And with each sharp drop in the Dow, there’s the ubiquitous portrait of a stockbroker guffawing at the ticker, his hands half-covering his face in disbelief.

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Eddie Adams by Adriane
November 1, 2010, 12:00 am
Filed under: Photography

Vietcong Execution, Saigon, 1968

“No war was ever photographed the way Vietnam was, and no war will ever be photographed again the way Vietnam was photographed,” he says. There was no censorship. All a photographer had to do, says Buell, “is convince a helicopter pilot to let him get on board a chopper going out to a battle scene. So photographers had incredible access, which you don’t get anymore.”

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