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Photography

The Provocation Column
English

Is There A Digital Photography Revolution?

Photography brings memories, feelings, and ideas to life. We enjoy looking back on things that once happened in the past and digital photographs give us the ability to shorten that “past” exponentially. Digital photography has also opened the world to sharing like never before, as we can invite friends, family, and even strangers into our experiences practically instantaneously. Another advantage to digital photography is the ability to access and distribute our photographs across oceans and continents, as well as manipulate photographs in creative ways. In fact, it is hard to recall what photography was like before digital. But has the introduction of digital photography benefited the world of photography, both in creating and collection, and could we call this explosion of digital photography an actual revolution?

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Pier 24 Photography. Pilara Foundation
Collections
English

The Most Valuable Photography Collections in the World

From Man Ray, Robert Mapplethorpe, to Andreas Gursky, Cindy Sherman, and Richard Prince, among others, are some of the most succesfull photographers in terms of the value of their photos. Some of their images has been reached up to the $8 million dollars. Their image are now part of museums and private collections that houses the most important photography collections. As we reviewed the museums that have impressive photo collections as part of our Art Photo Guide, here are some of the private collections who has been interested in preserving photographic images from the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Editorial Selection
English

5 Documentaries On Photography

Since its invention, photography has caught artists and researches attention for the possibility of capturing time and space while challenging our gaze. Here are 5 documentaries about photographers and the impact of this art in the everydaylife we recommend for you.

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Featured Artist
English

Ada Trillo: A Vision of the History

Ada Trillo is one of them most renowned photographers of today. Her vision offers a different narrative of the social injustices, such as racism movements, immigration and women rights, from that of the official stories featured in the media. Her artistic approach to this issues stand out the humanity and the strenght of the people who are facing dificult moments.

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