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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Back to those summer highlights & last Kodak moments

Lately I’m finding redemption in non sequiturs.  Visually speaking and otherwise. Meanwhile check out the sadly intriguing article in The Economist on the demise of Kodak. Written from a perspective of how the corporate game can be won or lost, the article, aptly titled The last Kodak moment?,  suggests that through a series of unfortunately […]

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Some highlights from 2011

Made me think of that song by Leonard Cohen, “A Thousand Kisses Deep.” In particular that first part that goes: “The ponies run, the girls are young, The odds are there to beat. You win a while, and then it’s done – Your little winning streak. And summoned now to deal With your invincible defeat, […]

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Deana Lawson featured in New Photography 2011 at MOMA

    Deana Lawson is one of six photographers featured in the latest New Photography 2011 exhibition at MOMA. Lawson’s work has an emotional rawness that is gripping. Aside from being beautifully composed, the images – mostly portraits – have a provocative honesty. The people in Deanna Lawson’s photographs simultaneously display  incredible strength and fragility.  This […]

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