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Photographic Design

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Rebecca McCarville

on 22 April 2013

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Transcript of Photographic Design

Design-oriented photographers -American artist, 1890-1976
P-ictorialist studies 1910s
ma-chine photographs 1920s
doc-umentary film/producing high quality books 1940s on
-1950 on, moved to France, photographed landscape, architecture, portraiture
-responded to social changes throughout his life Paul Strand Wall Street 1915 Untitled 1915 White Fence 1916 Leaves II 1929 The Family, Luzzara, Italy 1953 www.masters-of-photography.com Edward Weston Pepper, 1930 Excusado, 1925 Shells, 1927 Artichoke Halved, 1930 Nude, 1936 Nude Floating, 1939 Arnold Newman Violin Patterns,
Philadelphia, 1941 Formerly Condemned Political Prisoners, by British, in Gallows Room
Likud soldiers prior to Israel's establishment Israel, 1967 Red Brick Wall, New York, 1948 Imperial Palace
Kyoto, 1981 Laszlo Maholy-Nagy Dolls, 1926 Superimposition, 1935 Chairs at Margate, 1935 Laboratory, 1938 Aaron Siskind http://www.aaronsiskind.org/images.html Margaret Bourke-White http://www.npr.org/2003/02/26/1175402/bourke-white-s-photography-of-design Fort Peck Damn, 1936 Diversion Tunnels, Fort Peck Dam 1936 Cocktails on Gorky Street, Moscow 1941 -Photographers who deal with composition & design, light and form and the shape of things as primary elements in the photograph. Andre Kertesz
1894-1985 -hailed as one of the most important photographers of the 20th centurey
-captured poetry of modern urban life, endeavored to "give meaning to everything."
-"You don't see the things you photograph, you feel them." http://www.icp.org/museum/exhibitions/andre-kertesz Meudon, 1928 Clock of the Académie Française, Paris, 1932 Poughkeepsie, New York, 1937 Satiric Dancer, 1926 Lion and Shadow, 1949 William Eggelston http://www.egglestontrust.com/
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