Paris, Library Chairs, André Kertész. Hungarian Photographer (1894 - 1985)
André Kertész. Untitled. 1930.
Sun in an empty room - Edward Hopper, 1963 "I've always been intrigued by an empty room," Hopper told a friend. "When we were in school, we would debate about what a room looked like when there was nobody to see it."
Anna May Wong by Dorothy Wilding and Beatrice Johnson, 1929 (Source: npg.org.uk, via jungfrukallan)
unos suben y otros bajan, ca. 1940 photo by lola alvarez bravo
Epilogue, 1919 Edward Weston,
Carravaggio - The calling of St. Matthews
Picture 275 « Self Portraits | Vivian Maier Photographer
Vivian Maier Photography | Self Portraits - Shadows
This banned cover from The New Yorker is by Harry Bliss. It explores the fallout after Haitian immigrant Abner Louima was attacked and raped by white police officers in 1997. The case became a national symbol of police brutality and fed perceptions that New York City police officers were harassing or abusing young black men. blown cover, the new yorker, yorker cover, the police, shadow, perception, art, magazin, sketches
Marc Riboud - Paris, 1953
Bill Brandt London, 1937 From The Photography of Bill Brandt
Shadow Art Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita (1968) is known for creating realistic imagery from invisible sources.