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Rosalind Fox Solomon: Liberty Theater

15 Oct, 2018

Rosalind Fox Solomon: Liberty Theater

Liberty Theater, the latest series by Rosalind Fox Solomon, brings together photographs made across 40 years of her practice. In this slideshow, the artist discusses why she felt compelled to create this project. Solomon also shares anecdotes about how she works, talks about recurring themes that appear in her photos, and gives a sense of the person behind the camera. 
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Spotlight On: Inge Morath

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Inge Morath

A lively personality with an ability to win over people everywhere she went, Inge Morath was a widely respected photojournalist in an era that was not always welcoming to women artists. An inquisitive drive to learn about the places and cultures she photographed is evident in the masterful body of work she left behind. 
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Spotlight On: Arnaud Maggs

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Arnaud Maggs

Canadian photographer Arnaud Maggs’ art practice would make a fascinating case study in the rewards of a disciplined approach to looking at the world. When he died in 2012, Maggs’ respected position as an important, established artist was celebrated in numerous published recollections and commentaries. His photographs appealed to collectors and critics alike because the work could be assimilated and appreciated on several levels. 

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Spotlight On: Guillaume Simoneau

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Guillaume Simoneau

Guillaume Simoneau’s approach to photography caught the attention of collectors and critics through his award winning body of work, Love and War, which subtlety documents many things: the practical difficulties of long-distance relationships; the intermediary nature of technology in contemporary society; and the way that war forever changes combatants and the people they love.

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Spotlight On: Alison Rossiter

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Alison Rossiter

Alison Rossiter’s art practice is primarily pursued without the aid of a camera, yet her compositions are still conjured in a traditional darkroom setting. She ‘finds’ photographs using a variety of expired photo papers, chemicals, and the dimmest lighting. The resulting explorations feature masterfully rendered images that demonstrate an impeccable technique. 
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