Resources tagged photography

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Ken Ohara's conceptual photobook One (1970) successfully achieved the Provoke aim of challenging language and producing a reaction not easily classified. The book is a series of...
4. Ken Ohara. <em>One</em>. Tokyo: Tsukiji Shokan, 1970, [p.266-267].
Katsumi Watanabe was another photographer documenting Shinjuku. He was a street photographer and first published his portraits, both spontaneous and posed, of the neighborhood's sharply styled usual...
5. Katsumi Watanabe. <em>Shinjuku gunt&#333; denden</em>. Tokyo: Banseisha, 1982, p.114-115.
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)
A brief essay focusing on Roy DeCarava's Dancers, New York. Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Dancers, New York</em> by Roy DeCarava
A brief essay focusing on Samuel J. Miller and his photograph of Frederic Douglass. Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Frederick Douglass</em> by Samuel J. Miller
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
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