Posts Tagged ‘ Szarkowski ’

Color Is Meaning – The Easel | Art journalism

 

 

Image: Eggleston Artist Trust

Yellow, red, blue, green; the experiencing of color was not, for Marc, a byproduct of our interactions with our immediate environment. Our experience of color, instead, is what makes the world ‘our own’. It’s what gives a particular place at a particular time it’s special flavor, mood, inflection. Color, in short, is meaning.

Source: The Easel | Art journalism

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Was John Szarkowski the most influential person in 20th-century photography? / Sean O’Hagan | Art and design | guardian.co.uk

Was John Szarkowski the most influential person in 20th-century photography? | Sean O’Hagan | Art and design | guardian.co.uk.

Szarkowski had “a willingness to take risks with his own reputation” which is perhaps how  “he taught America how to look at photographs.” – Sean O’Hagan (and Donna Fleischer)