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Jefferson Hayman Camera Works


Named After Vermeer (2010); silver gelatin print. Wessel + O’Connor Fine Art resumed business recently following a hiatus and a change of location. Their current exhibition is a presentation of prints by American photographer Jefferson Hayman whose use of silver gelatin and platinum processes returns photography to the diffuse atmospheres of its earliest days. Some […]

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The Flatiron Building


The Flatiron Building, Detroit Publishing Company (1903). Beautiful Century posted this view of New York’s Flatiron Building at the weekend which had me looking for a larger copy. Happily this is one of the many high-resolution photos at the Shorpy Historical Archive where it’s possible to scrutinise a wealth of detail. Old photos like this […]

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Edward Steichen


Photography by Edward Steichen (1879–1973). Isadora Duncan at the Portal of the Parthenon, Athens (1920). The Flatiron Building, New York (1905). Previously on { feuilleton } • Karel Plicka’s views of Prague • Atget’s Paris

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