Black Square, Round Lichen, near Nunney, Somerset, 1989. Platinum-palladium print on 100% cellulose paper (Fabriano 5), from 8×10 inch original negative. “In science [referring to a psychology experiment] novelty emerges only with difficulty, manifested by resistance, against a background provided by expectation. Initially only the anticipated and usual are experienced even under circumstances where anomaly is later […]
Moonrise. Wing. Somewhere over New York. July, 2015. Sometimes, its just fine being a photographer and knowing how to take a photograph.
Jeoann Alfred, blind, at church, Cange, Haiti. May, 2014. “And for as long as painting’s mode of vision would be constructed by men, the space in which women were obliged to lead their lives would be taken from them and imagined through the values of the ‘greater’ existence from which they were excluded.” Norman Bryson, […]
Michaux Flelan, at her coffee stand, Cange, Haiti. May, 2014. It is remarkable, humbling and something strange how events swirl and conspire to give us gifts, just for a moment. Here’s my friend Mdm. Michaux, whose early-morning coffee is becoming something of an obsession for me. This one photograph came out of a series of about […]
3:28 PM. Waiting at Outpatient Clinic, Zanmi Lasante, Cange, Haiti. 2009. Time, conditioned by waiting. Or rather, there will always be a wait. Here, in the courtyard of Zanmi Lasante hospital’s outpatient clinic, people wait, for hours, days. A pair of slippers, a bed sheet serving multiple functions (for now, pajamas), and the concrete bench. […]
The “Euthydikos Kore”. After 480 BC Parian marble (statue). Pentelic marble (base). The inscription states the Euthydikos, son of Thaliarchos, dedicated (the statue). New Acropolis Museum. Kelly Mason, on her Cowbird feed, writes: “Parthenon and Taj Mahal Symmetry in stone” I’ve had the great good fortune to see the Taj Mahal. The first time, as a […]