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‘I Am A Camera’: Jill Freedman’s Street Photography La Haine Film, Cultura Punk, Street Photography Urban, Circus Performers, Conceptual Photography, Documentary Photographers, Bnw Photography, American Life, Foto Art

'I Am A Camera': Jill Freedman's Street Photography - Flashbak

Jill Freedman (October 19, 1939 – October 9, 2019) was one of America’s best and most respected documentary photographers. Immersed in the worlds of cops on the street of NYC, circus performers and the people on the margins of American life and culture, she photographed what she saw and many of us miss. “She … Continue reading "‘I Am A Camera’: Jill Freedman’s Street Photography"

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STEPHEN SHORE: "Uncommon Places" (2004) - ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture Stephen Shore Uncommon Places, Stephen Shore Photography, Suburb Photography, 1970s Photography, Sault Ste Marie Ontario, Shore Photography, Photography Culture, Instagram Food Pictures, Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore: "Uncommon Places" (2004)

Stephen Shore. Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California, August 13, 1979 In 1982, a slender yet hugely impressive version of Uncommon Places was released. Its impact was felt almost immediately, forever changing the course of art photography, and securing Stephen Shore a place within the

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Holiday Inn Figueroa Street, Downtown Los Angeles, 1977 Los Angeles Downtown, California Camping, 70s Aesthetic, Desain Signage, Foto Vintage, Jolie Photo, Downtown Los Angeles, Retro Aesthetic, Mellow Yellow

Figueroa Street, Downtown Los Angeles, 1977

As you headed down Figueroa near Olympic Blvd in these times, there was no Staples Center, no LA Live, nothing resembling what some call a "Times Square West." They didn't even call the neighborhood "South Park" back then. The original 1971 segment of the LA Convention Center, just out of the picture, was the only thing resembling new development in the immediate area. Here you see a South Figueroa which represented a transition between the very old and the modern 1970s, as evidenced by what…

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