Collection by Wesley Klein

Dadaist collagist–turned-photographer, Erwin Blumenfeld in broken mirror Andre Kertesz, Photography Collage, Fashion Photography, Mirror Photography, Photography Office, Modern Photography, Erotic Photography, Vintage Photography, Broken Mirror

Erwin Blumenfeld Photography

A Dadaist collagist–turned-photographer, Erwin Blumenfeld began publishing his fashion shoots in magazines like Vogue and Cosmopolitan in the late 1930s. Working with print solarization and superimposition, and using mirrors and gauzy fabrics to divide photographic space, Blumenfeld transformed both the models and their clothes into collagelike elements. In Red Cross (cover for Vogue, above), 1945, the

Ronald Fischer, beekeeper, Davis, California, May 1981 Richard Avedon.) Collection of the artist © Richard Avedon Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon Portraits, Richard Avedon Photography, Robert Mapplethorpe, Famous Photographers, Portrait Photographers, Steven Meisel, Photo D Art, Vogue

Simply Stunning: Richard Avedon’s Portraits

Good luck keeping your $#!% together when you walk into a room and see Jackie O., Malcolm X, Elizabeth Taylor, Tina Turner, Truman Capote, Janis Joplin, Katharine Hepburn, and Andy Warhol all in th…

Hannah Starkey - Untitled - May 1997 - Contemporary Art

Hannah Starkey - Untitled - May 1997 - Contemporary Art

Hannah Starkey, Untitled May 1997. Using actors within carefully considered settings, Hannah Starkeys photographs reconstruct scenes from everyday life with the concentrated stylisation of film. View art online at The Saatchi Gallery - London contemporary art gallery.

“Tricycle in Memphis” by William Eggleston. PS: Bookmarked for later reading, “William Eggleston, Prophet of Contemporary Color Photography.

The Commercial Appeal

The Brooks hosts an exhibit of animal mummies, a key part of the empire's culture and economy.