Edward Weston Biography

As I said, the 20th century for me was the real BOOM of Photography, I can’t tell enough of one of my favorite artists Edward Weston, his work is famous for “a Mexican toilet,” seashells, nudes, etc. Edward Weston has a variety of work and interactive thinking that made us love him. While I was looking […]

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Tina Modotti

Tina Modotti was a young photographer, famous for her relationship with Edward Weston, and for her revolutionary thinking. Modotti was an Italian immigrant who began working as a model in America in the late 1910’s, but her interest was also being an actress. She immigrated to Mexico where she lived with Edward Weston even if […]

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Iturbide, Evans, and Atget.

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Graciela Iturbide’s Photography

When we look at Graciela Iturbide’s photograph, we can see a man standing near a white wall, holding in his hand a belt that leads to a pig that is lying down on the sidewalk. This photograph reminds me of the political and economic situation in Mexico. The poor man that we are watching can […]

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Walker Evans

Walker Evans (1903-1975) was one of the most influential artists in the twentieth century, and his principal subject was the vernacular, the expressions of the people that he found on the streets, in the cafes, everywhere. Advertisements

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Eugène Atget

Eugène Atget (1857-1927) was a french photographer mostly dedicated to photograph architecture and the street scenes in Paris. He did not live to see the success of his work. Advertisements

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