1 Image (no more than) 10 Minutes
Graciela Iturbide, Mujer Angel, Sonora Desert, 1979.
"Resisting the tyranny of visual public images can also be effected in some fairly simple ways. When you reduce the speed and frequency of images, you make it possible to see images differently. It is not necessary to embrace the visual rhetoric and speed of product advertising in order to counter it. The processing and storage of images (by human beings) is not instantaneous. It takes time. So if you can control the speed of transmission, you can begin to make images memorable." - David Levi Strauss
Lisa Oppenheim, Lunagram, 2010.
Lisa Oppenheim, Lunagram #3, 2010.
Barbara Cole, Sparrow, 1994.
Ansel Adams, Aspens, Northern New Mexico (vertical format), 1958.
Charles Clyde Ebbets, Lunch Atop a Skyscraper, 1932.
Nana’s sister, Nana (mom’s mom), 1960.
Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #56, 1979.
Philip Carlucci, Marilyn Monroe, K-16 Korea, 1954.
Ren Hang, Untitled, 2014.
Philip Halsman, Dali Atomicus, 1948.
Andres Serrano, Piss Christ, 1987.
Lucy Hilmer, Birthday Suit, Age 43, 1988.
Gillian Wearing, Self-Portrait at Three Years Old, 2004.
John Dominis, Olympics Black Power salute, 1968.
John Paul Filo, 14-year-old Mary Ann Vecchio kneels over the dead body of Jeffrey Miller, 1970.
Robert Clark, Attack on World Trade Center, 2001.
Harry Benson, World Trade Center Aftermath, September 12, 2001.
Zakary? Lepre, Pier in the Fog, San Clemente, 2017.
Clark Little, Heavy Water, 2016.
Rena Effendi, For the Love of Elephants, 2011.
Ansel Adams, Sierra Nevada, Winter Evening, From the Owens Valley, 1963.
Mark Rucker, Lou Gehrig, Farewell to Baseball Address, July 4, 1939.
Eugene Richards, Grandmother, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1993.
Ryan McGinley, Dakota (Hair), c. 2004.
Gordon Parks, Boy with June Bug, Fort Scott, Kansas, 1963.
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Rue Mouffetard, Paris, 1958.