Atget


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Atget

(Jean) Eugène Auguste. 1856--1927, French photographer, noted for his pictures of Parisian life
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The Berenice Abbott who has come down to us was known by the world if not wholly understood; and she remained beholden to none except her own quest to see, and perhaps to Atget's legacy and his archive.
The renowned Robert Doisneau and Eugene Atget are known for photographing here, and a well-known shot taken by Doisneau aptly is named "Square du Vert-Galant."
After class she would go and buy books by famous photographers such as Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eugene Atget, Andre Kertesz, Jacques Henri Lartigue, and Yau Leung.
Appassionatosi alla fotografia da ragazzo e poi, quasi per casualita, durante il servizio militare (allorche apprende i primi rudimenti di sviluppo fotografico), la frequentazione, a partire dal 1967, della Scuola di Disegno Industriale di Venezia lo mette in contatto con artisti americani come Paul Strand, Eugene Atget, Walker Evans, Stephen Shore; al tempo stesso, egli divora le pagine gaddiane e il nouveau roman di Robbe-Grillet, si interessa del cinema della Nouvelle Vague, legge anche lui The Way of Zen e resta colpito dal gesto automatico ed essenziale dell'haiku, che presto trasferira nella sua pratica fotografica.
115) comparou as fotografias de Atget a cenas delituosas: "Mas nao e cada recanto de nossas cidades o local de um crime?
This collection of items, including Eugene Atget's photographs of posters publicly affixed around Paris, contextualized both the medium and Lautrec well, and provided an appropriate bridge to the first gallery, devoted to the cafes and nightclubs that Lautrec made one of his signature subjects.
Photography has had a symbiotic connection with the street for more than a century, as far back as Eugene Atget's street photography in Paris in the 1890s and Jacob Riis's documentary photography in New York at the same time.
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.