A diptych this time...
Today, a black 'square'
Another from the same place as the last one...
Another... seen in London today.
Just one thing I should have mentioned in the previous post... A rule for this series is that there must be some sign of a conscious act in the making of the marks I'm photographing.
Visited the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Saturday. Designed by Mendelssohn and Chermayeff it is one of the few truly iconic modernist buildings in the UK and one which I never tire of. Now for a quick rant. Sadly the Magnum exhibition on show at the De La Warr was one of the… Continue reading De La Warr
I was looking through the reader on WordPress.com last night when I saw a post under the Photography tag that piqued my curiosity. The image was of a woman posing with a Male mannequin. As I followed from link to link it became apparent that the woman in the photograph was called Suzanne Heintz and… Continue reading On Coincidence and Disappointment
Today I bought the new Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb book "on Street Photography and the Poetic Image" and one chapter heading popped out at me - Colour is Emotion. I'm a fan of colour photographs, and this is the heart of the matter for me - Colour has a visceral impact that coveys… Continue reading Colour is Emotion?
Today was the first day of the new exhibition program at the Photographers Gallery in Ramillies Street, London. I happen to work just just around the corner and it's a good place to while away a rainy lunch hour, so I dropped in for for a quick look at lunchtime. A couple of points need… Continue reading 17.01.14 -> Exhibition Review – Burroughs/Warhol/Lynch