Image contexts and Eugene Atget

“I went to the Victoria Albert Museum here in London and homed in on the photography section. While gawking at a photograph I overheard someone whining, ‘I

“I went to the Victoria Albert Museum here in London and homed in on the photography section. While gawking at a photograph I overheard someone whining, ‘I liiiike it, but what is it, whaaatís the point?’ I looked over and saw he and his group looking at a photogram. Perhaps, I thought, if he had read the accompanying text he might have been more appreciative, but he was too busy looking for something ëgood’ to strike him, like say a Cartier Bresson image.”


Related Posts:

Tips for Live Sketching in Virtual Meetings

Investing in Innovation: One Day, Every Month

Use Journals to Introduce Culture and Accelerate Onboarding

Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE