Atget


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Atget

(Jean) Eugène Auguste. 1856--1927, French photographer, noted for his pictures of Parisian life
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But I was also very much aware of traditions of street photography, partly because my mother had been married to a street photographer and teacher named Sid Grossman in New York, so there was a whole realm: Atget, Lewis Hine, Walker Evans, Helen Levitt, and eventually folks like Robert Frank and Winogrand.
Following an introduction tracing the history of this motif, photos include early ones by William Henry Fox Talbot and Julia Cameron; those by Gertrude Kasebier, Fred Holland Day, and other members of the Photo-Secession; those by Eugene Atget, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, William Eggleston, and other street photographers; graphic examples by Alfred Stieglitz and Paul Strand; photos by Gregory Crewdson and Shizuka Yokomizo; and abstract examples by Uta Barth and Yuki Onodera.
Smoke rising from a chimney forms yet another diagonal linking foreground and background planes and once again displays Lotar's attraction to the desolate sites to which photographers of Paris streets from Charles Marville to Eugene Atget and Gyula Halasz (a.
The essays in Nilling are a demonstration of this process and a record of Robertson's encounters with texts, and therefore also the obverse of her personal reading list, her thoughts on Lucretius, Reage, Lucrece, Arendt, Eva Hesse, Atget, and others.
Pudimos mostrar portafolios de gente como Man Ray, Brassai o Jean Eugene Atget, que exponiamos en una pared que era como el espacio de los clasicos, y entonces otro espacio se dedicaba solamente a los nuevos.
Na primeira metade do seculo XX, a exposicao dos povos teria ainda toda uma topografia cara a Eugene Atget, proxima de uma erotizacao dos trajetos urbanos, como o faz Andre Breton com Nadja, (Ibidem: 130.
Publishing and design company Shanti Arts Publishing announced on Tuesday that it plans to release a collection of short stories by Australian writer Greg Bogaerts, titled Walking Paris Streets with Eugene Atget, in July this year.
This is followed by "Untitled" (1941), an image of a barbershop window that is reminiscent of the French photographer Eugene Atget.
Avant-garde photographers conversely undertake the active liquidation of aura, so that the photographs of Eugene Atget, Benjamin writes, "suck the aura out of reality like water from a sinking ship" (1996-2003, 2:518).
En el caso de la fotografia, los marcos teoricos existentes desde los anos 1850 encuentran, a finales de siglo, su aplicacion en el movimiento pictorialista, pero tambien, por ejemplo, en la obra de Atget, desde el momento en que los procedimientos fotomecanicos triunfan en el ambito de la reproduccion de obras de arte.
Back in New York, Dennis started looking at black-and-white photography: Jacques Henri Lartigue, Eugene Atget, Berenice Abbott, and Walker Evans were favorites.
In a hundred carefully selected and annotated photographs, John Szarowski (formerly Director of the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art) has brought together the essence of Eugene Atget, the French photographer, who was active through the latter part of the 19th century, working on in poverty until around 1927.