Now You See It – Photography and Concealment Exhibit at the Met

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Now You See It - Photography and Concealment

March 31–September 1, 2014 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Photography is a medium prized for its capacity to expose, lay bare, make visible. For many artists, the camera is, above all, a tool for revealing what would otherwise remain unnoticed. As Diane Arbus once said: “I really believe there are things which nobody would see unless I photographed them.” At the root of this artistic impulse is a keen fascination with that which is hidden, obscure, or hitherto unseen. This exhibition presents a selection of [Read more...]

Protect Your Content

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If you have a website, you need to protect your content.

There are endless numbers of lazy lowlifes out there who recklessly “borrow” and “use” the content of others, thinking absolutely nothing of their shortcuts.  Whether they come across it online, on Pinterest, or wherever…  without the appropriate steps being taken, this is still theft. Copyright Infringement.  FRAUD. Why should you care? Because their duplication of your original content can lower YOUR google ranking by penalizing YOU rather than the thief…   [Read more...]

Ralph Lauren Off Sunset Collection

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Ralph Lauren Home, Spring Collection 2014 PART 2!!! Last week we took a look at the incredible new Point Dume collection. This week we will stroll (or more like scroll) through the OFF SUNSET collection, inspired by the Spring 2013 Men’s Runway, with elements of silver screen, old Hollywood, and Deco. The collection is largely a [Read more...]

Queen Victoria and Photography

A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography February 4–June 8, 2014 at the Getty Center

Queen Victoria, photography of Queen Victoria, Getty exhibit, portrait of queen victoria

In 1839, just two years after Victoria became queen of Great Britain and Ireland, the medium of photography was announced to the world. This exhibition explores the relationship between the new art and the young queen, whose passion for collecting photographs began in the 1840s and whose photographic image became synonymous with an entire age. With important loans from The Royal Collection shown alongside masterpieces from the Getty Museum, the exhibition displays rare daguerreotypes, private portraits of the Royal Family, and a selection of prints by early masters such as William Henry Fox Talbot, Roger Fenton, and Julia Margaret Cameron. Enjoy a sneak preview of the exhibit starting tomorrow at the Getty Center in Los Angeles: [Read more...]

Parisian Photography at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
January 29–May 4, 2014

Widely acknowledged as one of the most talented photographers of the 19th century, Charles Marville (French, 1813–1879) was commissioned by the city of Paris to document both the picturesque, medieval streets of old Paris and [Read more...]