Graham Smith

Graham Smith, born 1947, British photographer working in Middlesborough and the Northeast of England between the 1970s and 1980s, in the 1990’s Smith curtailed his photography and moved over to working with wood as a professional carpenter. His photography was in a documentary style specialising in the working-class people on Northern England. Who She WantedContinue reading “Graham Smith”

Definition of ‘Other’

Stephen Bull in his book Photography (2010) Abingdon: Routledge. Bull discusses how in the 18th and 19th century anthropology linked to colonialism recorded and catalogued native people around the world allowing comparison across races and with the intention of comparing who and what they considered superior and who and what was in their opinion inferior.Continue reading “Definition of ‘Other’”

Joel Sternfeld

Joel Sternfeld, born 1944, famously uses a large format camera for his images. Sternfeld is most famous for his American road trip, published in to a book, American Prospects (1987). Sternfeld has also published books about social class and stereotypes in America (Stranger Passing (2001)), an abandoned elevated railway in New York (Walking the High Line (2002)), and SweetContinue reading “Joel Sternfeld”

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