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The Eye Returns: FORMAT19

The Unseen Eye/L’Oeil Invisible – The Eye – has not been reporting on the photography scene for L’Oeil de la Photographie for awhile but is pleased to offer this fresh…

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The Unseen Eye keeps One Eye Open

American Christopher Rauschenberg is one of the heroes of contemporary photography. He is first and foremost a first-class artist, represented by the estimable Elizabeth Leach Gallery in Portland, Oregon where…

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The Unseen Eye looks into their eyes

Pierre Gonnord’s Arraigados is a jewel of a show on view too briefly in New York but a reminder of how skillful and soulful this artist is. “Arraigados” translates awkwardly as…

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The Unseen Eye goes Wild

Aperture editor Melissa Harris’ A Wild Life: A Visual History of Photographer Michael Nichols initially reminded The Unseen Eye of those “Great Man (or Great Woman”) biographies he read when…

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David Fathi by The Unseen Eye

For The Unseen Eye, discovering an unfamiliar new talent is one of the very great pleasures of attending Arles or the other good photo festivals around the world. A very…

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The Unseen Eye sees clear and sunny skies

“Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.”* The artist Todd Watts does. Watts’ Blanchard Weather Report is a portfolio of forty sublime color images seemingly about…

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The Unknown Eye and the Eugenes.

The Call for Entries for the 2017 W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund just ended for this year, and it happened on the same day the great Eugene Richards’ first museum…

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