Flemming Wolf

Flemming Wolf

Flemming Wolf
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Robert Frank, Paris, ca. 1950.

Robert Frank, Paris, ca. 1950.

Sally Mann. This picture is one of the many photos included in Mann’s “Immediate Family” project from 1984-1991. This particular photograph intrigues me through its use of perspective and lines to create a dramatic composition. The way the boy looks directly into the camera adds a confrontation with the viewer and adds a tense mood to the image.

Sally Mann. This picture is one of the many photos included in Mann’s “Immediate Family” project from 1984-1991. This particular photograph intrigues me through its use of perspective and lines to create a dramatic composition. The way the boy looks directly into the camera adds a confrontation with the viewer and adds a tense mood to the image.

Sally Mann. I saw this in a collection at my home museum (The Chrysler) over Christmas, and it has stuck with me ever since.

Sally Mann. I saw this in a collection at my home museum (The Chrysler) over Christmas, and it has stuck with me ever since.

This is adorable

This is adorable

Sally Mann: Raw material

Sally Mann: Raw material

Woman, Paris  - photo by Robert Frank, 1952.

Woman, Paris - photo by Robert Frank, 1952.

Robert Doisneau, Hairdressers in the Sun 1966

Robert Doisneau, Hairdressers in the Sun 1966

Bruce Davidson’s photograph of an unknown girl and her kitten (1962)  Photo: © Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos

Bruce Davidson’s photograph of an unknown girl and her kitten (1962) Photo: © Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos

Gun 1, New York (1955) by William Klein.

Gun 1, New York (1955) by William Klein.

Candy Cigarette by Sally Mann (1989). Candy Cigarette, from her honest and controversial series Immediate Family, captures one of her three children, Jessie (now a model and artist), in a defiant and self-aware pose, staring down the lens at her mother, holding bubblegum cigarette.

Candy Cigarette by Sally Mann (1989). Candy Cigarette, from her honest and controversial series Immediate Family, captures one of her three children, Jessie (now a model and artist), in a defiant and self-aware pose, staring down the lens at her mother, holding bubblegum cigarette.