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Just as with Eddie Adams’s famous 1968 photo from the Vietnam War, the images of Derek Chauvin and George Floyd only tell us part of the story.
The whole ad exercise projects aura of a group therapy session, to get rid of that ‘anxiety’ or insecurity a lady might feel when exposed to an image of someone truly beautiful.
The raw collection of videos reveals the troops, not as American heroes, but as boys psychologically damaged by the paradox of boredom and battle.
Are creators entitled to the fruits of their hard work, imagination, and creativity? The cultural left for which Richard Prince is the poster boy says no.
You don’t have to be a professional to get high-quality images of your favorite subjects.
Twenty-one-year-old digital colorizer Marina Amaral can show you Abraham Lincoln as if his photo were taken yesterday.
Alexander Gardner’s work not only covered portraits of the famous and infamous, the battlefields and the dead, but images of an America entering a new and very different age.
Something missing from the conversation about the viral street harassment video is the fact that modern women have lost the sexual power they once had.
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