Tribute To Gerda Taro

Did you see this image of Gerda Taro, who was featured in Google search page on 31 July? Google commemorated her as the first woman photographer to cover the front lines in a theatre of war. Taro worked alongside Endre Friedmann covering the Spanish Civil War, and together they submitted their war photographs under the […]

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Rodin Unbent

We went to an exhibition at the British Museum on the theme how Rodin was influenced by the Ancient Greek sculptures he saw in the British Museum. His ‘The Thinker’ and ‘The Kiss’ were there. In my mind’s eye I already had an image of how the couple in The Kiss were entwined and melted […]

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Dorothea Lange and What Is Sharp

Dorothea Lange At The Barbican Art Gallery This summer, Barbican Art Gallery stages the first UK survey of the American documentary photographer Dorothea Lange (1895–1965), one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. If you are in London and want to see Lange’s work, there are 250 of her photos along with books, […]

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