TribeHenri Cartier-Bresson : The legend of the century  

Tanya Akkari 1 day ago 9 min 683
The work of this French artist is far from normal. Henri Cartier-Bresson diversifies his work on topics as diverse as the Spanish Civil War and the death of Mahatma Ghandi.

TribeKiss by the Hôtel de Ville: The second in which Robert Doisneau immortalized love

Tanya Akkari 2 days ago 9 min 737
Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville by Robert Doisneau; This photograph is one of the icons of eternal love. A young man stands in the street, surrounds his girlfriend with his arm and kisses her passionately in front of the Paris City Hall, stopping the world around him.

TribeWilliam Eggleston: A rebellion of color and banalities

Tanya Akkari 1 week ago 10 min 1174
William Eggleston decided to take the risk of breaking the rigid stereotypes of his time, exposing himself to the censorship of those who had been his referents. However, the artist showed that his subject-matter of the banal, day-to-day and sometimes even ugly was something that could catch and baffle spectators.

TribeAlfred Stieglitz: The man who made photography an artistic gesture

Tanya Akkari 1 week ago 10 min 938
“Behind All of Us Stands Stieglitz”. He is one of the key personalities in the history of photography. Photographer, publisher, theorist and critic, Alfred Stieglitz was one of the main proponents of the dissemination of the new avant-garde currents and the recognition of photography as art. 

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Henri Cartier-Bresson : The legend of the century  

TribeHenri Cartier-Bresson : The legend of the century  

The work of this French artist is far from normal. Henri Cartier-Bresson diversifies his work on topics as diverse as the Spanish Civil War and the death of Mahatma Ghandi.
Tanya Akkari 1 day ago 9 min 683
Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville: The second in which Robert Doisneau immortalized love

TribeKiss by the Hôtel de Ville: The second in which Robert Doisneau immortalized love

Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville by Robert Doisneau; This photograph is one of the icons of eternal love. A young man stands in the street, surrounds his girlfriend with his arm and kisses her passionately in front of the Paris City Hall, stopping the world around him.
Tanya Akkari 2 days ago 9 min 737
William Eggleston: A rebellion of color and banalities

TribeWilliam Eggleston: A rebellion of color and banalities

William Eggleston decided to take the risk of breaking the rigid stereotypes of his time, exposing himself to the censorship of those who had been his referents. However, the artist showed that his subject-matter of the banal, day-to-day and sometimes even ugly was something that could catch and baffle spectators.
Tanya Akkari 1 week ago 10 min 1174
Alfred Stieglitz: The man who made photography an artistic gesture

TribeAlfred Stieglitz: The man who made photography an artistic gesture

“Behind All of Us Stands Stieglitz”. He is one of the key personalities in the history of photography. Photographer, publisher, theorist and critic, Alfred Stieglitz was one of the main proponents of the dissemination of the new avant-garde currents and the recognition of photography as art. 
Tanya Akkari 1 week ago 10 min 938
Richard Avedon: The beauty of simplicity

TribeRichard Avedon: The beauty of simplicity

Richard Avedon, member of the Royal American Academy of Arts and Sciences, they say that his portraits helped define the image of beauty, elegance and culture; He was the quintessential fashion photographer and a master portraitist.
Tanya Akkari 1 week ago 10 min 982
Jacob Riis: The forgotten corners of the Belle Époque

TribeJacob Riis: The forgotten corners of the Belle Époque

Jacob Riis, Famous for using his talent as a photographer and journalist to help the less fortunate in New York City, who were the main subjects of his works.
Tanya Akkari 2 weeks ago 10 min 806
Lunch atop a skyscraper: The mysterious photo that portrays the resilience of a country

TribeLunch atop a skyscraper: The mysterious photo that portrays the resilience of a country

Lunch atop a skyscraper: This is, probably, the most epic picture of a lunch ever taken. Its protagonists are not influential or known characters (in fact, until today, only 2 of the 11 men photographed have been identified)
Tanya Akkari 2 weeks ago 9 min 1055
Gordon Parks: Photography as a weapon against segregation

TribeGordon Parks: Photography as a weapon against segregation

Gordon Parks' photographs tell of a black world. Images that documented the life of the poor of America, of its workers and its inhabitants. 
Tanya Akkari 3 weeks ago 8 min 1106
Elliott Erwitt: the intelligent humor of the mundane

TribeElliott Erwitt: the intelligent humor of the mundane

Defining Elliot Erwitt based on a category of photographic subjects would be absolutely impossible: in his work, his great sensitivity and his jocular curiosity, led him to cover a broad spectrum of subjects, emotions and impressions.
Tanya Akkari 4 weeks ago 9 min 1106
Man Ray: Creator of invented compositions

TribeMan Ray: Creator of invented compositions

Man Ray was one of the absolute protagonists of Dadaism, among the most revolutionary artistic currents in the history of art. Thanks to his rayographs, the American and French-born author by adoption has become a full member of the greatest masters of photography. 
Tanya Akkari 4 weeks ago 9 min 1036
George Eastman: The man who made photography accessible

TribeGeorge Eastman: The man who made photography accessible

“You press the button; we do the rest" George Eastman invented the roll film and made photography a real possibility for everyone. Sand Daguerre gave photography to the world, George Eastman put it within everyone's reach.
Tanya Akkari 1 month ago 8 min 928
Ansel Adams: Reinventing the grayscale

TribeAnsel Adams: Reinventing the grayscale

Ansel Adams is one of the greatest photographers in history, mostly known for all for his black and white photographs of nature, and for being the creator of the zone system. An interesting and daring character, he’s possibly one of the photographers with the biggest contributions for the world of photography.
Tanya Akkari 1 month ago 10 min 1268
Vivian Maier: Portraying American society from the shadows

TribeVivian Maier: Portraying American society from the shadows

Vivian Maier guarded more than 120,000 negatives and 2,000 unrevealed reels that she never showed anyone. She had been portraying New York and Chicago for over 40 years.
Tanya Akkari 1 month ago 8 min 1128
Robert Frank: The hidden face of the American dream

TribeRobert Frank: The hidden face of the American dream

Robert Frank was the photographer who had the courage to show the unreasonableness and decline of the American dream when he was still an emigrant in those lands. He is the author of the saddest poem about America: "The Americans", where nobody laughs.
Tanya Akkari 1 month ago 9 min 1346
Edward Weston: Giving photography its own autonomy

TribeEdward Weston: Giving photography its own autonomy

Edward Weston was an artist who sought to strip, along with his other generation partners, the pictoralist charge that photography had in the nineteenth century.
Tanya Akkari 1 month ago 8 min 1027
Catherine Leroy: Between Vietnam and other warfares

TribeCatherine Leroy: Between Vietnam and other warfares

Catherine Leroy was a truly challenging woman. By the 60’s, there were barely women journalists on the war fronts but she dared to land in Vietnam, ready to capture the human side of the War.
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 8 min 1150
Arnold Newman: Redefining portraits

TribeArnold Newman: Redefining portraits

Arnold Newman was a man who didn't like labels. He invented a proper and modern style of photography that, in addition to breaking with the different schemes and classic traditions that defined the portraits
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 8 min 1281
Andre Kertesz: Humanism and visual lyricism

TribeAndre Kertesz: Humanism and visual lyricism

Andre Kertesz was a silent but important influence on photojournalism and the art of photography. For more than seventy years, his subtle and penetrating vision helped define a medium that was in his childhood.
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 9 min 1030
Ernst Haas: Rebellion of the canons

TribeErnst Haas: Rebellion of the canons

Defined by many as the world's early master of color photography, Ernst Haas practiced photography as an artist: impressionist and emotional.
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 8 min 1151
Tina Modotti: When art morphs into politics

TribeTina Modotti: When art morphs into politics

Pioneer of photojournalism; Tina Modotti was a very multifaceted woman, as photography was not the only thing that characterized her life. Model, actress, nurse and possibly Comintern agent. She sacrificed much of her artistic sense to give a place to her political beliefs.
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 9 min 1223
Hiroshi Hamaya: When lyricism and poetry become photographs

TribeHiroshi Hamaya: When lyricism and poetry become photographs

Hiroshi Hamaya, a pioneer man of the generation that inaugurated the reportage photography in the Japanese press, but whose work did not focus solely on the journalistic aspect. Defined as "photographer of the sky" by Japanese poet Daigaku Horiguchi
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 9 min 1073
Helmut Newton: Portraits of voyeurism and sensuality

TribeHelmut Newton: Portraits of voyeurism and sensuality

Helmut Newton, always a worshiper and lover of beauty, knew how to capture it better than anyone with his camera. His works crossed boundaries over and over again, demonstrating the diverse facets of women who were seeking their new identity during the sexual revolution of the moment.
Tanya Akkari 2 months ago 9 min 1036
Diane Arbus : Tribute to the suffering of the marginalized

TribeDiane Arbus : Tribute to the suffering of the marginalized

Diane Arbus forced her audience to face the horrors by making them see the incommodious. The so-called "portrait photographer of the freaks" redefined the boundaries of what can be photographed and challenged the concepts of beauty and abnormality.
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 8 min 766
Dorothea Lange: The faces of The Great Depression

TribeDorothea Lange: The faces of The Great Depression

Dorothea Lange, A woman who decided to break the paradigms of an epoch in which photographers did not leave their studios. With the United States summed in the Great Depression
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 9 min 881
Berenice Abbott: Immortalizing modernization

TribeBerenice Abbott: Immortalizing modernization

Berenice Abbott immortalized the passage of time as nobody had. Full of rebellion against a period that was small-fitted for her free spirit, she took photos of a past on which the world was being built
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 8 min 772
Weegee: stills of a crime’s aftermath

TribeWeegee: stills of a crime’s aftermath

Weegee was born as Usher Fellig on June 12, 1899 in Zolovich, Austrian Poland (now Ukraine). In 1909, his family emigrated to the United States and his first name was changed to its American equivalent, ‘Arthur’.
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 8 min 737
Yousuf Karsh : Universal history made into portraits

TribeYousuf Karsh : Universal history made into portraits

Many people have passed through the lens of Yousuf Karsh. From cultural icons like Marilyn Monroe, to historical figures like Winston Churchill. Yousuf Karsh
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 10 min 834
Gerda Taro: Outrageous courage behind the lens

TribeGerda Taro: Outrageous courage behind the lens

Gerda Taro was the first woman to register a war with her lens. She captured the images that show the coldest side of humanity, keeping her eyes open where many prefer to look the other way. Many photographers return to give us a small eyesight to the hell of others; and sometimes, they just don't come back.
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 16 min 978
Robert Mapplethorpe: a black and white rebellion

TribeRobert Mapplethorpe: a black and white rebellion

The charm of Robert Mapplethorpe is such, that he was able to captivate not only a city but become an icon of American culture. He didn't need many words or colors to achieve that. His black and white odyssey created a revolution that changed the stigmas of the epoque.
Tanya Akkari 3 months ago 12 min 1035
The Salacious Aperture: Paris by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Salacious Aperture: Paris by Raju Peddada

Paris is one super aperture, set in deep focus for over a thousand years, and it encompasses many variegated thematic apertures: thresholds, that yield a myriad perspectives on the specific facets of this ancient cultural capital.
RAJU PEDDADA 3 months ago 44 min 1713
Liquid Mirrors: The Anomaly as Art by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeLiquid Mirrors: The Anomaly as Art by Raju Peddada

In the art of the letters, the artist can render his work in degrees of ambiguity to attain the sublime, but, the abstract art of poetry is where its effect is more obvious. This is the only aspect, that might position fine writing, as equal, if not greater than music, which is a punctilious art form.
RAJU PEDDADA 5 months ago 26 min 1530
Seeing Lines by Sharon Tenenbaum

AmericaTribeSeeing Lines by Sharon Tenenbaum

After leaving Civil Engineering to become a photographer, I naturally gravitated towards the subject matter of architectural photography, namely bridges.
SHARON TENENBAUM 5 months ago 30 min 1325
The Last Days of Art by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Last Days of Art by Raju Peddada

Art Shay, the master visual diarist of America, passed away exactly a year ago. His gargantuan library of photographs, almost two million, were sifted once again, by his indefatigable and loyal archivist: Ms. Erica DeGlopper, for some unpublished masterpieces.
RAJU PEDDADA 9 months ago 16 min 2552
The Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

We exist on small blue-brown marble in the ever expanding nebula of ambiguity – a vast nothingness of cold uncertainty and eternal certainly, that we constantly attempt to decipher with our sciences.
RAJU PEDDADA 1 year ago 25 min 3092
The Anonymous Artists by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Anonymous Artists by Raju Peddada

By what mechanism do I see beauty in decay or distress? Why does a defaced-distressed message incite me? And, how can defacement delineate the mundane mess, from aesthetic magic? The answers may reside in the cognitive theory, which, for the most part, is concerned with the development of an individual's thought process
RAJU PEDDADA 1 year ago 27 min 3522
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