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Clovis Donizetti - la côte des Basques - Biarritz Bastien Bonnarme photographe  http://www.behance.net/tristan-olphe

Clovis Donizetti - la côte des Basques - Biarritz Bastien Bonnarme photographe http://www.behance.net/tristan-olphe

Les minimiams photographies d'Akiko Ida et Pierre Javelle.

Les minimiams photographies d'Akiko Ida et Pierre Javelle.

five

five

I like how the ferris wheel is a big circle but it keeps moving but the street and street light haven't moved

I like how the ferris wheel is a big circle but it keeps moving but the street and street light haven't moved

Plongée en soi-même.

Plongée en soi-même.

© Joel Meyerovitz

© Joel Meyerovitz

Fred Herzog's work focuses primarily on "ordinary" people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.

Fred Herzog's work focuses primarily on "ordinary" people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.

Kin peint des choses simples et "vulnérables" mais qui apparaissent pourtant, presque toujours, extraordinaires.

Fred Herzog's work focuses primarily on "ordinary" people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.

Fred Herzog's work focuses primarily on "ordinary" people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.

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