Sometimes you read something and just want to share. Well, at least, I do. This morning it was reading about Yolanda Dominguez‘s photography project Poses. In short, she highlights the absurdity of fashion magazine photographs by having real, everyday women … Continue reading
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This iconic image, of Kim Phuc , turns 40 years old on June 8th. [Image credit: Nick Ut]
“Blow Jobs” by Tadeo Cern. Oh my. [Image credit: Tadeo Cern]
On this Mother’s Day, a recontextualization of the world’s most famous photograph of a mother, Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother.” The famous Depression-era photograph of Florence Owens Thompson was one in a series of six photos taken at a camp in … Continue reading
Lewis Hine is one of my favorite photographers. Before I knew who he was and the impact he made, his stark, hauntingly striking photographs held such power for me. I instantly wondered about the stories before and after the ‘life’ … Continue reading
As the nation deals with President Obama’s personal affirmation that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, I can’t help but think what we’ll all think of this issue in 50 years.
I love this photo and all that it represents. [Image credit: Amy L. Darnell]
Oh dear! I’ve been remiss in not giving proper attention to National Photo Month! Thank goodness not to many days have passed, so I can properly catch up. Instead of a theme, I thought I would choose to highlight a … Continue reading
A former student shared with me the “Teacher Edition” of Feminist Ryan Gosling and I remarked that it was a ‘shame’ there were no collegiate ones….