Past and present connect in a selection of photographs of American servicemen and women dating from the Civil War to recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. American Soldier opened at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City on Jan. Show More Summary
Earlier this season, Element released a mini-documentary about photographer Brian Gaberman dubbed “The Road to Wolfeboro.” Given carte blanche by the brand, Gaberman implemented Civil War era photography techniques to capture the rural… The...Show More Summary
Palm Springs Art Museum is presenting an exhibition of artist Jennifer Karady, who has developed a series of photographs that relate the experiences of U.S. veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan while making evident the human cost of their service to our country. Show More Summary
For children of the 70's and 80's, Kenner's Star Wars lines are some of the most iconic toys ever made. A lot of what made them so memorable were the Kim David McNeill Simmons' (and earlier Roy Frankenfield's) photography which graced every box - and now you can see the High-Res original photos online. Read more...
Photography newcomers may not be aware, but until 2012 a fierce war took place. A war that lead to the demise of many loved cameras and the birth of many more advanced models – the megapixel war (or the ultrapixel war). Temporarily put to rest with the release of Nikon’s record-smashing 36MP D800, it seems that the [...]Show More Summary
Glamorous pictures of brides and grooms adorn the walls of Benjamin Photography, but for the portrait artist, no image he's captured has seduced more eyes than the one of a yellow flag with three red stripes, waving in the evening wind next to a woman, her face angled in thought.
WAR photography is frequently associated with black-and-white images taken in the heart of action, such as Robert Capa's shots of the Allied invasion of Normandy and the death of a militiaman in the Spanish civil war. Such pictures helped make Capa one of the most famous photojournalists of all time. Show More Summary
In 2008, Paul Moakley, the deputy director of photography and visual enterprise for Time magazine (pictured), curated the first New York exhibit of photos of the Liberian Civil War taken by Tim Hetherington. The photographer was killed...Show More Summary
Regardless of your photography skill level — iPhone snapper, amateur wedding photographer, prosumer enthusiast or expert war photographer — you need a solid bag for your gear. The right one can help guarantee you never miss a shot by...Show More Summary
Conflict, Time, Photography brings together photographers who have looked back at moments of conflict, from the seconds after a bomb is detonated to 100 years after a war has ended. Staged to coincide with the centenary of the FirstShow More Summary
Sparingly curated, emotionally engaging.
Credits: Simon Norfolk Alt Text: Bullet-scarred apartment building and shops in the Karte Char district of Kabul. 'Innovative' photo show traces the brutal impact and lasting cost of war over 150 years Hot Ticket Thursday, November 27,...Show More Summary
ART21 films are doorways into social and political issues of our time. In this roundup ten artists comment on cultural exclusion and resistance, peace and protest, documentary war photography, revolutionary …
The theme of love and infatuation has a long history: not only in literature and poetry, but also in the visual arts, photography and cinema. The exhibition focuses on the period from 1870 to 1930. During this tumultuous era ? whichShow More Summary
Lucasfilm has revealed that Star Wars: Episode VII will be released with the subtitle The Force Awakens when it premieres next December. The long-awaited name was revealed on Twitter alongside the news that principal photography has all been wrapped...
Star Wars: Episode VII has completed principal photography and the title has been announced. Star Wars: The Force Awakens premieres on December 18, 2015. The post ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ Title Announced: ‘The Force Awakens’ appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
More than any conflict before it, World War I was a visual battle. Propaganda proliferated across the fronts, and magazines, newspapers, photography, early films, and even fashion and children's books were involved in a rally of imagery on a large scale.
We already knew that the principle photography for the seventh Star Wars film had wrapped, but when Disney announced that fact, they also unveiled the name of the movie. Star Wars: The Force Awakens will hit theaters in little over a year, which leaves plenty of time for editing, re-shooting, overdubs, and added lens flares. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Episode VII has finished principle photography, as the franchise’s official Facebook and Twitter accounts announced today. And it has a title. If John Williams could cue the drumroll please … Thus ends months of pointlessShow More Summary
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the official title of the sequel we've been referring to thus far as Episode VII! The film's Facebook page revealed the big news this week, along with the announcement that principal photography has finished filming on the movie. The film comes out Dec. 18 of next year, and we're also excited about what we already know and who's in the cast.