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Mentally retarded persons in an institution. Lewis H. Hine, New Jersey 1924. - "Je congédie tout savoir, toute culture ... je ne vois que l'immense col Danton du gosse, la poupée au doigt de la fille ..." (p. 83) --- "Ich lasse alles Wissen, alle Kultur hinter mir ... ich sehe nur den riesigen Schillerkragen des Jungen, den Verband am Finger des Mädchens ..."

Lewis H. Hine, Idiot Children in an Institution, New Jersey, 1924

Lewis Hine, Idiot Children in an Institution, New Jersey, 1924.

Lewis Hine - Débiles dans une institution, New Jersey 1924

From 1895 to 1903, photographers Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg operated a commercial studio in the Norwegian town of Horten. Høeg was an active and outspoken suffragist, and used the studio as a meeting place for fellow activists and women interested in the suffrage movement. Women won the right to vote in Norway in 1913.

A hidden box of early photos reveals two Norwegian photographers' gender-bending experiments

A Kertész. Behind the lines, Poland 1915

Untitled, First World War, André Kertész

Excerpts from Camera Lucida, Roland Barthes

A graceful, contemplative volume, Camera Lucida was first published in Commenting on artists such as Avedon, Clifford, Mapplethorpe.

Льюис Пауэлл, один из заговорщиков убийства Линкольна, в ожидании казни, 1865 г. Удивительно, но в его глазах я не вижу ни страха, на раскаяния, ни безумства...

Lewis Thornton Powell (April 1844 – July also known as Lewis Paine or Payne, attempted unsuccessfully to assassinate United States Secretary of State William H. Seward, and was one of four people hanged for the Lincoln assassination conspiracy.

it's a red one  ...

it's a red one ...

André Kertész, Wandering Violinist, Abony, Hungary, July 19  Gelatin silver print, printed c. 1940s  9 5/8 x 7 in

by André Kertész, Abony (Hungary)

The ladies and the drinks – CNN Photos - CNN.com Blogs

The ladies and the drinks

The sisters project — Robert Frank.

Prince Jerome Bonaparte youngest brother of Napoleon Ist France

Jerome Bonaparte Stock Photos and Pictures

Huguette Clark, Copper Heiress 2011 ~She was almost certainly the last link to New York’s Gilded Age, reared in Beaux-Arts splendor in a 121-room Fifth Avenue mansion awash in Rembrandt, Donatello, Rubens and Degas. Her father, a copper baron who once bought himself a United States Senate seat as casually as another man might buy a pair of shoes

Huguette Clark, Reclusive Heiress, Dies at 104

William Andrews Clark with his daughters, Andree and Huguette. They were visiting Columbia Gardens, which he built in Butte, Montana.

This picture shows "photographic Truth" because in the picture it seems as if the little girl is smoking and in the background a man is standing on two sticks. Which is odd. It isn't telling you the real meaning of the photo.   The idea of photographic truth stems from the common belief that cameras were objects made to capture reality at any point in time and that these images were real or true.   http://kaylaheinbaugh.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-myth-of-photographic-truth.html

"Candy Cigarette", 1989 (By Sally Mann)

Full Screen Gallery | Seydou Keïta Photographer

2017 Edition : explore the Exhibitors list in all sectors : main sector and PRISMES sector - galleries, publishers and booksellers.

Cindy Sherman, Untitled (Lucille Ball) (1975/2001)

CINDY SHERMAN Untitled (Lucy), gelatin silver print image: 9 x 7 in. x cm) sheet: 14 x 11 in. x cm) Signed and dated "Cindy Sherman on the reverse.

Rudolf Nureyev Photograph

Rudolf Nureyev Photograph

‘The Notary’, August Sander, 1924

‘The Notary’, August Sander, 1924