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Harry Callahan, el fotógrafo que nunca dejó de experimentar (y enseñar)

Harry Callahan, el fotógrafo que nunca dejó de experimentar (y enseñar)

” – Harry Callahan Photo by Harry Callahan

RAY METZKER  Chicago, 1981

Ray Metzker’s images question the nature of the photograph and photographic “reality.” Through cropping, multiple imagery, and other forma.

Autoportrait.

Harry Callahan - Born in Detroit in Harry Callahan was a self-taught photographer. Callahan began taking pictures in his hometown Detroit for fun, opting for an inexpensive point and shoot camera over an expensive movie camera.

Harry Callahan, Cape Cod, 1972

Harry Callahan, Cape Cod, 1972

Harry Callahan. Cuzco, Peru. 1974

Harry Callahan on ArtStack - art online

Harry Callahan. Eleanor, Aix-en-Provence, France. 1958

Mayer Foundation, Inc. and The National Endowment for the Arts. © 2018 The Estate of Harry Callahan.

Harry Callahan _fotografia americana moderna

Harry Callahan was one of the most influential twentieth century American photographers.

Harry Callahan Chicago 1948

Harry Callahan Chicago 1948

Harry Callahan

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Cape Cod Black and White photograph by Harry Callahan

Harry Callahan Cape Cod Black and White

Harry Callahan

Harry Callahan was one of the most influential twentieth century American photographers. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he began t.

Dorothea Lange "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."

Dorothea Lange - photography hero who said, "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.

Masters of photography - Diane Arbus (documentary, 1972)

Masters of photography - Diane Arbus (documentary, I love her hair. It is wacky nu-nu.

Pedal that bike straight to the ocean with your dog & take a dip anyway! ❤

A little girl in bathing suit with her bike and her dog arrives at the beach only to find a sign that reads "No Dogs, No Bicycles, No Swimming"

untitled photo by Harry Callahan, Chicago 1949

untitled    photo by Harry Callahan, Chicago 1949
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