LJ Kessels
LJ Kessels
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mpdrolet:

From van Leentstraat
Jeroen Arians
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manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast spotlights the work of Minor White.
On the first segment of the show, J, Paul Getty Museum curator Paul Martineau discusses "Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit," a retrospective on view through October 19. It’s the first White retrospective in 25 years, since a show that was organized by the Princeton University Art Museum and that debuted at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Getty itself published the catalogue for Martineau’s exhibition and it’s terrific. It’s a must-own not just for the many rarely published White photographs, but for Martineau’s unusually strong essay. Amazon offers it for under $30.
White was one of the most important and influential American photographers of the mid-20th-century. Not only was he a teacher and a founder and editor of Aperture magazine, but White’s brand of metaphorical modernism was perfect for an era in which much of what individuals thought or felt could not be said for fear of repercussions from the state.
At top is White’s Vicinity of Rochester (1954). On this week’s program host Tyler Green and Martineau discuss how it was informed by Charles Sheeler’s photography. Examples of Sheeler’s work include two pictures shown here: Side of White Barn (1915) and Doylestown House, Stove, Horizontal (ca. 1916-17). 
How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:
iTunes; 
SoundCloud; 
Stitcher; or
via RSS. 
manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast spotlights the work of Minor White.
On the first segment of the show, J, Paul Getty Museum curator Paul Martineau discusses "Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit," a retrospective on view through October 19. It’s the first White retrospective in 25 years, since a show that was organized by the Princeton University Art Museum and that debuted at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Getty itself published the catalogue for Martineau’s exhibition and it’s terrific. It’s a must-own not just for the many rarely published White photographs, but for Martineau’s unusually strong essay. Amazon offers it for under $30.
White was one of the most important and influential American photographers of the mid-20th-century. Not only was he a teacher and a founder and editor of Aperture magazine, but White’s brand of metaphorical modernism was perfect for an era in which much of what individuals thought or felt could not be said for fear of repercussions from the state.
At top is White’s Vicinity of Rochester (1954). On this week’s program host Tyler Green and Martineau discuss how it was informed by Charles Sheeler’s photography. Examples of Sheeler’s work include two pictures shown here: Side of White Barn (1915) and Doylestown House, Stove, Horizontal (ca. 1916-17). 
How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:
iTunes; 
SoundCloud; 
Stitcher; or
via RSS. 
manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast spotlights the work of Minor White.
On the first segment of the show, J, Paul Getty Museum curator Paul Martineau discusses "Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit," a retrospective on view through October 19. It’s the first White retrospective in 25 years, since a show that was organized by the Princeton University Art Museum and that debuted at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Getty itself published the catalogue for Martineau’s exhibition and it’s terrific. It’s a must-own not just for the many rarely published White photographs, but for Martineau’s unusually strong essay. Amazon offers it for under $30.
White was one of the most important and influential American photographers of the mid-20th-century. Not only was he a teacher and a founder and editor of Aperture magazine, but White’s brand of metaphorical modernism was perfect for an era in which much of what individuals thought or felt could not be said for fear of repercussions from the state.
At top is White’s Vicinity of Rochester (1954). On this week’s program host Tyler Green and Martineau discuss how it was informed by Charles Sheeler’s photography. Examples of Sheeler’s work include two pictures shown here: Side of White Barn (1915) and Doylestown House, Stove, Horizontal (ca. 1916-17). 
How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:
iTunes; 
SoundCloud; 
Stitcher; or
via RSS. 
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mpdrolet:

Oliver Jeffers' Studio
Richard Gilligan
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mpdrolet:

Sian Davey
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houkgallery:

Stephen Shore (American, b. 1947)Tucson, 1976©Stephen Shore/Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery
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mpdrolet:

Metro Station, Maerkisches Museum, 1984
Gerd Danigel
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historicaltimes:

Appalachia, eastern Kentucky, 1964.
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bang1adesh:

Rickshaws 2 by kboekhoff on Flickr.
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brandonjordanpics:

Brandon Jordan
Earlier today… Storm Chasing.
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brandonjordanpics:

Brandon Jordan
Earlier today… Storm Chasing.
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brandonjordanpics:

Brandon Jordan
Earlier today… Storm Chasing.
Follow my IG: Brandonjordanpics
brandonjordanpics:

Brandon Jordan
Earlier today… Storm Chasing.
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kansassire:

Ao-zora Musume aka The Blue Sky Maiden, 1957, Yasuzo Masumura
kansassire:

Ao-zora Musume aka The Blue Sky Maiden, 1957, Yasuzo Masumura
kansassire:

Ao-zora Musume aka The Blue Sky Maiden, 1957, Yasuzo Masumura
kansassire:

Ao-zora Musume aka The Blue Sky Maiden, 1957, Yasuzo Masumura
kansassire:

Ao-zora Musume aka The Blue Sky Maiden, 1957, Yasuzo Masumura
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