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Gerardo Vielba, a multitasking photographer | Culture

That combed man who looks through the viewfinder of his Rolleyflex to self-portrait with his wife and one of his daughters in an image from 1962 is Gerardo Vielba. The snapshot receives the visitor from the exhibition dedicated to him in the Canal Isabel II room, in Madrid. He speaks of the constant desire that […]

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‘The Minamata photographer’: intrahistory of a mythical image | Culture

Creativity, especially its absence, usually intervenes between the event and the recreation of that event. W. Eugene Smith, renowned magazine photographer Life Both for his distinguished works in Iwo Jima and Okinawa during World War II and for his incomparable drunkenness, abandonment and rudeness to the media that paid him, he made in June 1972 […]

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Photographer Alice Springs Dies at 97 | Culture

Alice Springs Self-Portrait with Helmut Newton. Made in Hollywood in 1991.ALICE SPRINGS Australian portrait photographer June Newton, widow of Helmut Newton, has died in Monte Carlo at the age of 97, as announced on Saturday by the foundation she created in Berlin dedicated to the photographer’s work. “We regret the loss of an exceptional personality […]

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The Civil War photographer who was condemned to oblivion

The Civil War photographer who was condemned to oblivion

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Antoni Campañà: The photographer who portrayed the Civil War and hid the images so that they would not see the light | Culture

‘Militiawoman in a barricade on Hospital Street, July 1936’, by Antoni Campañà.Antoni Campañà / Campañà Archive The great images of Agustí Centelles and Robert Capa on the Civil War have been joined, for just three years, by a third ‘C’: that of Antoni Campañà (Arbúcies, 1906-Sant Cugat del Vallès, 1989), author of thousands of photographs […]

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