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Kharkiv School of Photography : Body Politics. (Non) Soviet Corporeality in Kharkiv Photography of the 1970s - 1990s

By Halyna Hleba Based on PinchukArtCentre Research Platform materials Modern Ukrainian conceptual photography began in the 1970s in the then Soviet Kharkiv with the emergence of a generation of young people who dared to go beyond the Soviet aesthetics. Members of the Vremya art group developed the "blow theory" in the early 1970s as their own idea of ​​art photography, in which corporeality was a tool against the pseudo-optimism of…

Virginia Hines

Alcatraz Since 2020 I’ve visited Alcatraz - the former prison island in San Francisco Bay – to reflect on pandemic-era themes of isolation, confinement, and social control. Alcatraz is Spanish for a type of bird. We say “free as a bird,” but some birds live in cages. Sometimes they are jailbirds. Alcatraz Island, whose name evokes freedom, has become synonymous not with the bird but with the cage. Although the old penitentiary’s…

Sotheby's : Helmut Newton diptych sold $670,000

Sotheby’s auction of Photographs in New York on April 3rd totaled $3,323,000, nearing its high estimate of $3.4 million. Four bidders drove Helmut Newton’s diptych ‘Sie Kommen (Dressed)' & 'Sie Kommen (Naked)’ to $670,000, well above its high estimate of $250,000 and the second-highest price for the artist at auction. Further highlights of the sale included Man Ray’s photogram Rayograph, which sold for $250,000 (est. $250/350,000), an impressive mural-sized print of Ansel Adams’s Yosemite Valley from…

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