I place this essay here as standing for the entire, Lewis-edited Aperture issue on photography and the black experience, which features a formidable list of contributors ranging from Henry Louis Gates, Jr. to Ava DuVernay. .... From Art in America's.
Digital technology ... came from one photo source, a bicycle from another archive, a generic house roof from yet another. Computers do the hard work of keeping these pieces, no matter how tiny and partial they are, in correct perspective and alignment.
The bird's eye perspective drones offer, hovering closer to the ground than a helicopter ever could, has been dubbed “revolutionary." In the saturated world of digital image, this new angle can give photographers an artistic edge. “We've spent the last.
Years ago, University of Rochester researchers discovered a compound that neutralizes a biochemical process, triggered by our immune systems, which can cause tissue damage and harmful swelling of the brain or other major organs. This week, the .
Photo by Khonsali, Wikipedia Commons ... The significance of IT in Islam is duly acknowledged in the Muslim world. From the perspective of the researchers, the Muslim world should generate a concentrated online accessible Islamic library to translate.
To her credit, Little did address the need for newspapers to find new sources of revenue, especially digital. She pointed out ... cultural reporting, perspective pieces, sports analysis, photography, comics, crosswords and coupons, is an experience.
Many figures have been resurrected or renewed in thinking about our digital or now post- digital era – Joyce, Mallarmé, Proust – but I was especially struck by how Artaud had a whole new relevance. This was both in terms of the 'virtual' generally, and.
Fortunately, given the interactive nature of most of our lives in the digital age, we have the tools to harness ... respects and rewards different forms and levels of expertise, perspective, culture, age, ability, and insight, treating difference not.
“Yet to an obsessive his obsession always seems to be of the nature of things and so is not recognized by what it is.” Those words, written by art critic John Berger in his book Ways of Seeing, annotate one part of his understanding of the history of.
This photo-essay looks at various angles of the city from the rivers and New York Bay. It must have been a wonder to the Delaware (Lenape) Indians living along the shores of the water course now known as the Hudson River when in 1609 saw Henry Hudson’s.
For 150 years, Bazaar has explored what it means to be a woman in the modern world. Here, Lady Gaga offers her take on what it means to be one right now. By Lady Gaga and Fashion Editor: Mel Ottenberg. Nov 14, 2016. Growing up, I was always told I was .
My one true love and I would someday wander Istanbul's streets looking for the best doner kebab, I decided.) While working at the Strand Book Store in New York, I found a photography book about the ornate mansions along the Bosporus River. (My one.
Erik Simander's photographic exploration of his grandfather dealing with the loss of his wife is an extraordinarily poignant and poetic look at this universal experience. As with my own father, his grandmother passed away suddenly. Simander had been .
The digital -folk artist hopes the museum will open a complex discussion without diminishing the participation of the people she worked with. “I need ... Paul Moakley, who edited this photo essay , is TIME's deputy director of photography and visual.
Let us hope that we can learn something from the past to make for a better present and future. Even the best things come to an end. After enjoying a quarter of a century of writing this column for Creators Syndicate, I have decided to stop. Age 86 is.