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Gettysburg was the battle that marked the beginning of the end for the Confederacy during the Civil War, and this photograph printed by Alexander Gardner documents its casualties strewn across the...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Gettysburg</em> by Timothy O'Sullivan
As the frontier moved westward and industrialization began to change the character of the landscape, Americans increasingly turned to photographs as a means of celebrating technology as well as of...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Yosemite</em> by Carleton Watkins
Suspended in midair, legs splayed, this pole vaulter must have been photographed in the split-second that he catapulted over the photographer's head. Rodchenko liked to use radical points of view,...
Activity: <em>Untitled</em> (Pole Vaulter)
Excerpted from the teacher manual Telling Images: Stories in Art this chapter focuses on the artwork Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Martina Lopez. Includes information about the artist,...
Irving Penn participated in the symposium "What is Modern Photography?" at the Museum of Modern Art on October 20, 1950. Edward Steichen moderated the symposium, and other participants included...
Audio Lecture: "What is Modern Photography"
Fukase Mishima, several years older than Araki, was born into a family of portrait photographers. He was originally influenced by the photojournalism of Ken Domon and Ihee Kimura, but going to school...
3. Mark Holborn. <em>Black Sun: The Eyes of Four, Roots and Innovation in Japanese Photography</em>. New York: Aperture, 1986, [p.54-55].
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