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Brandon Stanton (Humans of New York) received the James Joyce Award from the UCD Literary & Historical Society at University College Dublin, Ireland. In this video, he talks about his experiences with the book and his work.
This Sunday, April 13th, book signing for Ignacio Galvez's “Shoot It Yourself”, a 144 pg. b/w collection of shows he has photographed in Chile, Brazil and the United States.
Going down at Space15Twenty in Hollywood. Event Info
The story behind the Windows XP “Bliss” wallpaper :)
Why should a painter or sculptor who has probably never challenged the rules be an artist just because his title and an art school education automatically make him one. Isn’t art about breaking rules, about challenging existing systems, isn’t it about discovering meaning in things or situations before others see anything in them?? The discussion about whether photography is or isn’t art is dated and of no interest. Your work makes you an artist, not your title.
CURRENTLY : Peter Lindbergh exhibition @ Fahey/Klein until April 19th.
Some of our best customers here at PIX :)
“Grant Mudford deconstructs the elemental components of architecture, transforming the rebar, concrete and stucco of ordinary building sites into poignant statements about frailty and strength,” says exhibition curator Michael Duncan. “He is the most accomplished photographer currently working in Los Angeles: a master of light and composition who changes the way we think about structure itself.”
Grant Mudford: Building
James Estrin, founder and co-editor of Lens, the popular New York Times photography blog, talks about how to launch a successful career as a photojournalist. His tips and insight cover how to choose meaningful projects, the importance of photojournalistic process, and practical advice about portfolios, mentors, and relationship-building with editors and peers.
( via @PDNonline )
I have looked closely at the mysterious presence of human emotions veiled in the hands, the essential tools of all artists. I am devoted to the photography of hands as a primary part of my artistic vision over my lifetime. Artists’ Hands highlights portraits of hands, not faces, as another reservoir of personal expression. I choose artists who have accomplished bodies of work. To me, hands are a study of the human soul reflected in the mirror of my camera.
Month of Photography Los Angeles kicks off this Thursday night with Symphony for the Devil @ Mr. Musichead Gallery in Hollywood. Make sure to check out the MOPLA calendar to keep up. We’ll see you out there !
Yet one of the intriguing things about the Vivian Maier this film presents is that, like many artists, she remains finally elusive, someone who was literally all about the work. We don’t know a thing about what drove her or even whether she wanted her images to be seen. When one of the film’s witnesses says, “She lived the life she wanted, a life without compromise,” that seems as close to the truth as we are going to get.
Review: A secret life pulled into focus in ‘Finding Vivian Maier’ ( Los Angeles Times )
Currently screening at Landmark Theater in West Los Angeles
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This is relevant to my interest. #photolife #photography
Haven’t seen the new PIX yet ? We’re now located at 1109 S. La Brea, a few blocks south of Olympic.
If you’ve been around the block for a while, we’re in the same building as L.A. Darkroom used to be in the 90’s.
Oh, you know where Highland meets La Brea ? We’re at that intersection. Come on by and check us out !