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Stark and Moving Photographs of Post-Recession America

During the summer of 2013, photographer Noah Emrich embarked upon a 12,000-mile trip around the US, with the goal of capturing the post-recession American landscape. “The towns I visited are the sites of disinvestment; those places exploited in order to support the upward growth of our financial and corporate sectors,” he says in a statement.  152 more words

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São Bernardo do Campo, 2014

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Kokomo, 2012

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A series of photographs depicting the fairy-tale backyard at the house in Indiana.

June-July, 2012

Visual Arts

Insane Photos of a Makeup Artist's Transformation Into Famous Figures

If you grew up wanting to be Iggy Pop or Keith Richards, it turns out that your ambitions weren’t misplaced — all you needed was a ton of makeup and a rare talent. 105 more words

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Taylor Swift Claims "Misrepresentation" Over Hypocritical Concert Photography Policy

Taylor Swift’s recent open letter win over Apple’s royalty policy has been met with cries of hypocrisy from professional concert photographers acquainted with her live photo policies — claims that Swift’s reps have deemed misrepresentation. 287 more words

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Otherworldly Aerial Photos of Couples Lounging in Central Park

Sheep Meadow in Central Park “was originally the home to a flock of pure bred sheep from 1864 until 1934.” Since then, the area has been restored and maintained, becoming the city’s first Quiet Zone. 122 more words

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A Single Frame on Myrtle Avenue: William Gedney Chronicles the Passage of Time in Brooklyn

If photography is the art of capturing a moment, then this series of images by the late William Gedney (which we spotted at Burned Shoes… 130 more words

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