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The other day it wasn't too hot and humid (it's been terrible lately!) so my friend and i met up during our lunch hour and walked a few blocks to Daley Plaza.…

Day 2 as an impromptu tour guide…our group has now expanded again, this time with Judy. Sometimes the world just seems so small. When I was chatting with Judy…

I went up Cézanne’s favourite model today. Necrophilia? No, the Mont Sainte Victoire, a fascinating limestone massif to the east of Aix-en-Provence. The most…

On Sunday, we went to church, got doused in the rain, had coffee at Julius Meinl, drove all over downtown Chicago, ate Chicago-style hot dogs, and departed for…

Alfred Stieglitz, an American Seer, by Dorothy Norman, 1990, an Aperture Biography, 240 pages, is the best art book I’ve read in quite some time. I believe…

Perhaps 1 in 10,000 still photographers can draw or paint a fairly decent, realistic image. It is much easier for the herd to engulf everyday realities with a…

August Sander (1876–1964) was a German still photographer. His big project, “Man of the 20th Century” was never fully realized. The book, August Sander, holds…

The powerful, yet conservative, photographic division of the mighty Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City published a book on Brassai in 1968. The 20 x…
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