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Untitled. 1980 from Lousiana Project Hot Sauce by William Eggleston (Eggleston Artistic Trust. Courtesy of Gagosian Gallery/ Sony World Photography Awards)

Untitled. 1980 from Lousiana Project Hot Sauce by William Eggleston (Eggleston Artistic Trust. Courtesy of Gagosian Gallery/ Sony World Photography Awards)

Untitled, 1971- 1974; from Los Alamos, Willim Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy of Gagosian Gallery

Genius in colour: Why William Eggleston is the world’s greatest photographer

Untitled, 1971- 1974; from Los Alamos, Willim Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy of Gagosian Gallery

William Eggleston (1939)  Since 1966 is inclined to color photography.    It is considered a pioneer among contemporary photographers for its exploration of the artistic potential of color photography.  Until then color photography is underestimated due in part to the non-permanence of the colors on paper and on the other side to that art photography is considered exclusively black and white quality.

Spontaneous Revelations in WILLIAM EGGLESTON: PHOTOGRAPHER

William Eggleston (1939) Since 1966 is inclined to color photography. It is considered a pioneer among contemporary photographers for its exploration of the artistic potential of color photography. Until then color photography is underestimated due in part to the non-permanence of the colors on paper and on the other side to that art photography is considered exclusively black and white quality.

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