Archive for November, 2010

otis at monterey

November 28, 2010

photographs to look at: Josep Brangulí

November 25, 2010

Josep Brangulí 1879 – 1949

paul strand & the pma

November 18, 2010

via: philebrity

The Philadelphia Museum of Art today announced that it has acquired, through several gifts and a purchase agreement with the Aperture Foundation, the core collection of photographs by Paul Strand, one of the pre-eminent photographers of the 20th century.


in queue

November 16, 2010

sunrise: a song of two humans (1927)

directed by: f.w. murnau

photographs to look at: kristine potter

November 9, 2010

all images by kristine potter

via: humble arts women in photography

“True respect aside, I struggled to understand war and how one could take command to  engage… I wanted to understand the organization of violence and power, and I yearned to  humanize the tough exteriors of these men against all of the anxieties I felt when thinking of their jobs and of their structure.” – kristine potter

“If you gotta do something, you gotta do it right”

November 8, 2010

interview with the great glen e. friedman.

i probably would not be a photographer if i’d never seen this man’s work.

“I know very little about the technical aspects about photography. I never had fancy equipment as you know, and it’s always the simplest stuff that usually turns out the best. I just go by my gut, my heart, and my eye.” – glen e. friedman


at work

November 5, 2010

david graham and his  14×17, circa 1984



November 5, 2010

NASA’s EPOXI mission spacecraft successfully flew past comet Hartley 2 at 7 a.m. PDT (10 a.m. EDT) Thursday, Nov. 4

so pumped

November 1, 2010

for this to start…

2010 photo review benefit auction

November 1, 2010

a little disappointed in the selection, but there are some gems mixed in…

if you look hard enough.

saturday november 6th. 7pm.

university of the arts, hamilton hall

broad & pine streets

check out what’s up for auction: here.