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Shooting Film: Interesting Self-Portraits of Imogen Cunningham | L'actualité de l'argentique | Scoop.it

Shooting Film: Interesting Self-Portraits of Imogen Cunningham | L'actualité de l'argentique | Scoop.it

Photographer Margaret Bourke-White on a gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, 1935, photo by Oscar Graubner.

Photographer Margaret Bourke-White on a gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, 1935, photo by Oscar Graubner.

Imogen Cunningham

Imogen Cunningham

Lore Krüger (1914-2009) History is filled with stories of long-lost suitcases of photographs turning up and becoming exhibitions, from Robert Capa to Vivian Maier. In late 2012, a suitcase belonging to Lore Krüger was presented to Felix Hofmann, a curator at the C/O Berlin. The photographs shot by this German photographer between 1934 and 1944 are now being exhibited at the C/O Berlin along with a catalogue co-published by Braus.

Lore Krüger (1914-2009) History is filled with stories of long-lost suitcases of photographs turning up and becoming exhibitions, from Robert Capa to Vivian Maier. In late 2012, a suitcase belonging to Lore Krüger was presented to Felix Hofmann, a curator at the C/O Berlin. The photographs shot by this German photographer between 1934 and 1944 are now being exhibited at the C/O Berlin along with a catalogue co-published by Braus.

imogen cunningham

imogen cunningham

leicawomen: Vivian Maier with her Leica IIIc

leicawomen: Vivian Maier with her Leica IIIc

DAVID BAILEY (Aneurin Barnard) - "The first half of the 20th century belongs to Picasso and the second half is about photography. They said digital would kill photography because everyone can do it but they said that about the box brownie in 1885 when it came out. It makes photography interesting because everyone thinks they can take a picture." - David Bailey

DAVID BAILEY (Aneurin Barnard) - "The first half of the 20th century belongs to Picasso and the second half is about photography. They said digital would kill photography because everyone can do it but they said that about the box brownie in 1885 when it came out. It makes photography interesting because everyone thinks they can take a picture." - David Bailey

[ Vivian Maier ] by Vivian Maier

[ Vivian Maier ] by Vivian Maier

Irving doesn’t live here anymore

Irving doesn’t live here anymore

Self Portrait with Camera, 1912, Imogen Cunningham

Self Portrait with Camera, 1912, Imogen Cunningham

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