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Filmed in her Syracuse studio, artist Carrie Mae Weems discusses the impetus for her work “The Kitchen Table Series” (1990), a photographic investigation of a single domestic space in which the artist staged scenes of “the battle around the family” between women and men, friends and lovers, parents and children. Portrait, Portraits, Photography, Photo Series, Photography Series, Family Album, Photography Inspo, Fotos, Artist

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Tamara Belcher

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rylie lane
I Doodle On Film Photos To Tell A Different Story | Bored Panda Photography, Architecture, Collage, Photo Art, Photography Series, Fotografia, Photomontage, Fotografie, Photography Inspo

I studied Graphic Design in Bucharest, Romania and I simply love everything related to visual communication. I try to focus on Information Design because I want to design for need, not for desire. My intention is to communicate the essence of a message with minimal interventions and techniques.

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Simon Voigt
narrative sequence photography David Lachapelle, Films, Annie Leibovitz, Street Photography, Photography Series, Film Photography, Documentary Photography, Film, Conceptual Photography

One artist that stood out to me from today's lecture was Duane Michals. I've seen some of his work before, and I just think his photo narratives are fascinatingly unique and meaningful. I hadn't seen his photo This Photograph is My Proof from 1974 before, but it's so sad and beautiful in its simplicity. We look back at old photographs and struggle to remember exactly how we felt in that specific moment when the camera went off--did we really feel those emotions? Could a relationship once so…

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