Tableau Fotografie

Collection by Tom Oliveira

Cindy Sherman "Untitled Film Stills". Notice the simple composition and the camera angle. Experiment with black and white, and try to age your photographs. Annie Leibovitz, Narrative Photography, Portrait Photography, Conceptual Photography, Cindy Sherman Film Stills, Photoshop, Cindy Sherman Photography, Untitled Film Stills, Stephen Shore

Cindy Sherman: Me, myself and I

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #35, 1979, Feminist didn't identify as feminist exactly, she took control of her own image, study of "male gaze", soft-core pornography, mastered her identity, crafted herself, wig and costume, supposed to look like a movie but not a particular one, she took photos of herself that's why her arm is hidden to hide her clicker,

Jeff Wall, After “Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison, the Prologue. Transparency in light box, cm, Printed Jeff Wall writes: The text does not go into great descriptive. Magnum Opus, Jeff Wall Photography, Book Photography, Sam Taylor-wood, Festival Avignon, Vancouver, Ralph Ellison, Instalation Art, Invisible Man

Invisible Man?

A few weeks ago, I turned the final page on Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison’s 1947 American novel about the coming-of-age of a nameless, black orator and activist. Needless to say, it made for intere…

Juxtapoz Magazine - The work of Hannah Starkey Photography Photos, Creative Photography, Fine Art Photography, Street Photography, Cinematic Photography, Documentary Photography, Female Images, Types Of Art, Color Theory

Hannah Starkey

Hannah Starkey is a contemporary British photographer best known for her images of women in staged settings, imparting a narrative quality to the individuals within them. View Hannah Starkey’s 82 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available photographs, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the artist.

"It all kind of exists outside of time, really, and that's purposeful." Gregory Crewdson discusses his timeless reimagining of the town of Becket for Cathedral of the Pines at The Photographers' Gallery in London. Contemporary Art Gallery, Contemporary Photography, Fine Art Photography, Advanced Photography, Photography Portraits, Photography Magazine, Narrative Photography, Cinematic Photography, Walker Evans

Best of mai - Gregory Crewdson, première française - L'Œil de la photographie

Le FRAC Auvergne consacre une exposition au photographe américain Gregory Crewdson qui réunit les séries Fireflies (1996) et Cathedral of the Pines (2013-2014), toutes deux conçues dans la ville de Becket (Massachusets) où l'artiste passa une partie de son enfance.The FRAC Auvergne is dedicating an exhibition to American photographer Gregory Crewdson that brings together the series Fireflies (1996) and Cathedral of the Pines (2013-2014), both conceived in the town of Becket, Massachusetts…

A proof that People won’t change much . Photographer, Peter Funch spends 9 Years Shooting Same People On Their Way To Work, Shows How They Change Over Time

Photographer Spends 9 Years Shooting Same People On Their Way To Work, Shows How They Change Over Time

Ah, the daily grind. Love it or hate it, it's an unavoidable part of life for most of us - especially New Yorkers. Danish photographer Peter Funch spent nearly 10 years stationed outside of Grand Central Station shooting the morning commuters rushing by, and ended up capturing more than just yawns and iced coffees when it was said and done.

François-Xavier Lalanne and His Parade of Woolly Sheep - Corniche Watches

Peter Funch: Lalanne Sheep

Peter Funch recently shot François-Xavier Lalanne’s famed sheep for Christie’s Magazine. Using various locations at the Christie’s offices in Rockerfeller Center, Peter explains, “The snap…