Vanity is My Only Child

The day to day ramblings and clumsy attempts at boredom murder by S.M. Lochhead.

Werner Herzog on his film Fitzcarraldo (1982) in the documentary of the same year, Burden of Dreams.

We should all live this way.

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Paul Graham visits the Garry Winogrand retrospective at the Met:

“I love that nothing stopped Garry ethically. You’re not supposed to photograph panhandlers, someone who suffers from dwarfism, or leer at beautiful strange women. He’d just put out his lens and do it.”

Top: El Morocco, New York, 1955. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Middle: Coney Island, New York, circa 1952. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bottom: Untitled (Location Unknown), 1963. From the estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco.


That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry

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Fred MacMurray in Double Indemnity (1944) dir. Billy Wilder

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CultureSOUL: *Blues & Jazz men* - The Great Migration era (1930s-1940s)

  1. Willie Smith and Fats Waller, 1937. Photo by Charles Peterson
  2. Little Bill Gaither, Big Bill Broonzy and Memphis Slim, Chicago, 1940. 
  3. Thelonious Monk, Howard McGhee, Roy Eldridge, and Teddy Hill in front of Minton’s Playhouse in Harlem, N.Y, 1947.

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Jack Leigh

Leigh was among a new generation of photographers in the mid-to-late-20th century creating images that focused on the complexity and overlooked beauty of the everyday world — isolated buildings, roadside signs, objects in a yard, tabletops and gas stations. Yet while his peers, such as William Eggleston and William Christenberry, moved into color photography and captured isolated scenes in various American cities, Leigh remained committed to black-and-white and focused his practice exclusively on his lowcountry home.

Leigh is the photographer behind the famous image of a Savannah garden statue that graced the cover of the 1990s best-selling book Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil. There has not been a survey of his long career since his death.

"Jack Leigh: Full Circle, Low Country Photographs 1972-2004" opens at the Savannah College of Art & Design Museum today. Read more.

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Lomo LC-A

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We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

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