Tribute to Eugène Atget (B/W only)
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One of my favourites photos is Atgets– Jardin du Luxembourg (1906). It fits to my Golden Ages series because he managed to catch the solitary man, the empty feeling in a society transformed (industrialization). Hundred years has passed and we are in a new transformation phase - the postmodern society - more lost than ever. Study Atgets pictures on the net and try to catch the "lost" feeling in his pictures. See my own futile example...
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Saturday, 13th August, 2011 (GMT)
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