PHOTOGRAPHS

 

 

Close of the Life from the Third International NanoArt Festival~ Enio Longo/Third International NanoArt Festival

Close of the Life from the Third International NanoArt Festival~ Enio Longo/Third International NanoArt Festival

 

Lauren Bacall, 1924 - 2014, there was only one...

Lauren Bacall, 1924 – 2014, there was only one…

 

Charles James, Beyond Fashion, from the Metropolitan Museum show

Charles James, Beyond Fashion, from the Metropolitan Museum show

 

Tilda-Swinton-in-Haider-Ackermann-Roshi-Porkar-Spring-2015-Front-Row

Tilda Swinton, PFW 2014 in Haider Ackermann

 

 

20140708_caryatidstop

 

janice

 

Willem Dafoe and Mikhail Baryshnikov in the play, The Old Woman

Willem Dafoe and Mikhail Baryshnikov in the play, The Old Woman

 

Muons: Cosmic radiation will finally get us inside the Fukushima reactors

Muons: Cosmic radiation will finally get us inside the Fukushima reactors

 

Ukraine's People Power in Photos, photograph by Anastasia Taylor Lind

Ukraines People Power in Photos, photograph by Anastasia Taylor Lind, featured in National Geographic

 

David Burtka, Neil Patrick Harris tuxedo details from the Met Gala 2014

David Burtka, Neil Patrick Harris tuxedo details from the Met Gala 2014

 

California Chrome wins Kentucky Derby, owners were mocked for buying a supposedly worthless mare for $8,000...laughed all the way to the winner’s circle!

California Chrome wins Kentucky Derby, owners were mocked for buying a supposedly worthless mare for $8,000…laughed all the way to the winner’s circle!

 

One of the new works by Andy Warhol, trapped on floppy disks for close to 30 years

One of the new works by Andy Warhol, trapped on floppy disks for close to 30 years

 

Bill Murray in best golfing shorts ever!

Bill Murray in best golfing shorts ever!

 

Tangier 1961, William S. Burroughs and other Boulevardiers, his new biography: Call Me Burroughs--A Life, by Barry Miles

Tangier 1961, William S. Burroughs and other Boulevardiers, his new biography: Call Me Burroughs–A Life, by Barry Miles

 

World Press Photo of the Year 2013, by John Stanmeyer, USA for National Geographic

World Press Photo of the Year 2013, by John Stanmeyer, USA for National Geographic

 

Olav Thon, Norway's billionaire who is giving his entire fortune to medical science research

Olav Thon, Norway’s billionaire who is giving his entire fortune to medical science research

 

Tanaquil Le Clercq and George Balanchine, "Afternoon of a Fwan: Tanaquil Le Clerq"

Tanaquil Le Clercq and George Balanchine, “Afternoon of a Fwan: Tanaquil Le Clerq”

 

6906765421_92e7c493b7_z

 

Courtyard of student hub at University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene, photograph by Jason Oddy/Gallerie Vassie, Amsterdam

Courtyard of student hub at University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene, photograph by Jason Oddy/Gallerie Vassie, Amsterdam

 

1961 image of a gun-toting and paint-splattered Niki de Saint Phalle, photograph by Harry Shunk-Kender

1961 image of a gun-toting and paint-splattered Niki de Saint Phalle, photograph by Harry Shunk-Kender

 

 Chinese artist Sun Xun, from "Time Vivarium-ism" series, nytsyn.com

Chinese artist Sun Xun, from “Time Vivarium-ism” series, nytsyn.com

 

"Beetles and Other Insects" by artist Bernard Durin

“Beetles and Other Insects” by artist Bernard Durin

 

New York's Graffiti Mecca, 5Pointz, Was Whitewashed Overnight, Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images

New York’s Graffiti Mecca, 5Pointz, Was Whitewashed Overnight, Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images

 

Lebanese Driving by Ruins, photograph by Spencer Platt, 2006 Getty Images; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Lebanese Driving by Ruins, photograph by Spencer Platt, 2006 Getty Images; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

 

Lost da Vinci Drawings Unearthed Beneath Layers of Paint, Sforza Castle, Milan

Lost da Vinci Drawings Unearthed Beneath Layers of Paint, Sforza Castle, Milan

 

NEG-23A-PRINT-FINAL-7-7-lnypW2-05180811

Deborah Turbeville, 1932 – 2013

 

Proposal-for-the-relocation-of-the-Maria-Pia-Bridge_dezeen_2

Maria Pia Bridge, Portugal, built in 1877 by Gustave Eiffel

 

 

Dante de Blasio, photograph by Erik Isakson, Getty Images

Dante de Blasio, photograph by Erik Isakson, Getty Images

 

Marcella Hazan, 1924-2013, pictured here at age 6

Marcella Hazan, 1924-2013, pictured here at age 6

 

The new & grand SF Bay Bridge, photograph by Kim Steele

The new & grand SF Bay Bridge, photograph by Kim Steele

 

It's pink, Lake Hillier, Australia

It’s pink, Lake Hillier, Australia

 

NY MoMa's Rain Room, a choreographed downpour

NY MoMa’s Rain Room, a choreographed downpour

 

The Queen, and her Leica

The Queen, and her Leica

 

Patricia Canino/The Decorative Arts, Fashion and Textile Collection deposit and the Cluny Museum, nyt.com

Patricia Canino/The Decorative Arts, Fashion and Textile Collection deposit and the Cluny Museum, nyt.com

 

First computer mouse by Douglas Engelbart, Father of the Computer Mouse

First computer mouse by Douglas Engelbart, Father of the Computer Mouse

 

Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Ischia, Italy, 1962, photograph by Bert Stern/Stale-Wise Gallery

Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Ischia, Italy, 1962, photograph by Bert Stern/Stale-Wise Gallery

 

The photograph taken by William Eggleston for WSJ. Magazine of some of his Leica and Canon cameras, http://blogs.wsj.com

The photograph taken by William Eggleston for WSJ. Magazine of some of his Leica and Canon cameras, http://blogs.wsj.com

 

famousmen-articleLarge

From the book “Cotton Tenants: Three Families” by James Agee ~ photograph by Walker Evans

 

In front of ~ Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, Italy  Venice Biennale 2013, June 1 through November

 

 

What was not in Great Gatsby: Flapper Girl; runway.blogs.nytimes.com

 

No. 19, 1948, by Jackson Pollack, sold for record $58.3million at Christie’s; last auction in 1193, $2.4million

 

Glass Jellyfish, by German glass artist Leopold Blaschka

 

In Honor Of Ottavio Missoni, 1921 – 2013, and his kaleidoscope of colours, textile-blog.com

 

Bom Boys, by Jane Alexander

 

Iron Lady: Who knew Iron Man had a wife? nytimes.com

 

Painters hang from suspended wires on the Brooklyn Bridge October 7, 1914 — 31 years after it first opened; @AP Photo/New York City Municipal Archives, Department of Bridges/Plant & Structures, Eugene de Salignac

 

 

Hopi artifact in contested auction in Paris

 

Soldier with Bullet-proof Shield, Northern Ireland, 1973, photograph by Philip Jones Griffiths

 

Mural, by Jean-Michel Basquiat

 

Dinka Boy with Long Horned Bull, S. Sudan, photograph by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, frankpicturesgallery.com

 

Gasometer Oberhausen, by Christo, Christo’s first show since the passing of his long-time partner Jeanne-Claude

 

African Elephants, photograph by Carl Safina, nyt.com

 

At the New York Botanical Gardens, Four Seasons, by Philip Haas, photograph by
Philip Haas

 

Dancers from Martha Graham’s Errand ballet, photograph by Andrea Mohin, nytimes.com

 

Thérèse Duncan on the Acropolis, 1921, photograph by Edward Steichen

 

Mardi Gras 2013, globalpost.com

 

Ezra Stoller photographs, Yossi Milo Gallery, NYC, January 24, 2013 – March 2, 2013

 

Nureyev, A Life in Dance, at the de Young Museum, San Francisco

 

TWA Terminal, designed by Balthazar Korab, nytimes.com

 

 

Kai Tak Cruise Ship Terminal, expected completion in 2013, Hong Kong

 

 

 

Fishlove conservation campaign, photo collaboration of Ocean2012, online grocer Waitrose, and sushi restaurant Moshimo, fastcoexist.com

 

Selk’nam Hain (puberty ceremony) — Tierra del Feugo, Chile, photograph by Martín Gusinde

 

Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space – Map Projections The Pyramid (The World from Below), by Agnes Denes, collection of Alice and Nahum Lainer

Agnelli garden in Marrakesh, by Madison Cox, photograph by Oberto Gili, nytimes.com

 

Before the Fight, photograph by David Goldblatt

 

Casablanca piano to auction for up to $1.2 mm at Sotheby’s in December

 

The Nutcracker, NewYork City Ballet, photograph by Paul Kolnik/New York City Ballet, nytimes.com

 

 

Cornel Lucas, photographer of actors, with his Plate Camera, 1986, Photograph by Fi McGhee

 

Winston Churchill, Illustration by Denise Nestor and Shout, www.nyt.com

 

Städel Museum, Frankfurt., An Underground Museum Extension That Doubles As Above-Ground Land Art, fastcodesign.com

 

The Empire State Building in blue, 11.6.2012

 

Par 6 hole, Dead Tree Forest, by Bruce Stillman, in his front yard, findery.com

 

The Rolling Stones arrive for a surprise concert in Paris, telegraph.co.uk

 

Miami Parking Garage, Miami, design Robert Law Weed Architect, photograph by Ezra Stoller, christies.com

 

William Christie, designer, Baroque Garden

 

He Xie, 3,200 crabs by Ai Weiwei at the Smithsonian, nytimes.com

 

Women protesting in London, nytimes.com

 

Americas Cup race, October 2012, Oracle Wins! photograph by Kim Steele

 

Early Edward Scissorhands art by Tim Burton, Museum of Modern Art

 

The Louvre’s new Islamic Wing, photograph by Ed Alcock for The New York Times

 

Christopher Kane, Spring 2013

 

New York LowLine prototype, fastcodesign.com

 

Frank Lloyd Wright, photograph by recently deceased, Pedro Guerrero, guerrerophoto.com

 

Louis Kahn’s ‘Four Freedoms Park’ on Roosevelt Island, designed four decades ago

 

The restored JP Morgan Library, New York, photograph by Kim Steele

 

Salt, dissolving under a microscope, fastcodesign.com

 

Martine Franck, photographer, (wife of) Henri Cartier Bresson, Magnum Photo

New World Trade Center rendering, ny.curbed.com

 

Solar City Tower, eco-maximizing artificial waterfall by RAAFA, to be built on Rio’s Guanabara Bay for the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, http://thecreatorsproject.com

 

Female figurine artifact, Marijan Murat, European Pressphoto Agency, nytimes.com

 

Ferrari Pininfarina 512S Berlinetta Speciale, by Sergio Pininfarina, telegraph.co.uk

 

Shark fins drying, Hong Kong, photograph by Alex Hofford, European Pressphoto Agency, nytimes.com

 

Keith Haring, shot for Time at AREA, NY, photograph
by Kim Steele

 

Seo Young-Deok, Chain Sculpture

 

Constantin Brancusi, View of the Studio Socrates & Adam and Eve, 1922, www.brucesilverstein.com

 

Albert Einstein, Washington, D.C., 1996, photograph by Kim Steele

 

Ray Bradbury 1920-2012, photograph by Katy Winn

 

Photographer & Legend ~ Gordon Parks

 

Casa do Penedo, Fafe Mountains, Portugal, photo by Feliciano Guimarães

 

Arthur Buxton, The History of Color in Fashion–a Timeline

 

Irving Penn, After Dinner Games

 

Ken and Melanie Light, Valley of Shadows & Dreams

 

Historic NYC images from The Atlantic

 

Sally Mann, Body Farm

 

15 pound Tasmanian king crab, named Claude

 

William Carroll, Video Resolution Chart

 

Paper installation of Mt. Hood, by Marisa Green and Peter Bogart, Disjecta Gallery

 

Idris Kahn, Buckingham Palace, layered images

 

Three Gorges Dam, photograph by Kim Steele

 

Tunga Installations, True Rouge, 1998, annualartmagazine.com

 

Grand Palais Paris, anothermag.com

 

Eleanor Callahan, the wife and muse of photographer Harry Callahan © The Estate of Harry Callahan Courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York

 

Sao Paulo designer Andreia Chaves, Invisible Shoes, www.lostateminor.com

 

Homai Vyarawalla, Pioneering Indian Photojournalist, Dies at 98, photograph by Sam Panthaky, Agence France Presse

 

Weegee “Murder Is My Business,” exhibit ICP

 

Vivian Maiers, (Nanny’s Secret Life as a Photographer), paulvandijkonline.nl

 

The Blue Mosque, Istanbul, photograph by Kim Steele

 

La Peregrina necklace, last owned by Elizabeth Taylor, sold at auction for $11.84mm

 

Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture by Luke Jerram, www.lukejerram.com

 

Bruce Munro, Field of Light, beingtherephoto.co.uk

 

‘Methuselah’ 4,842 yr old Bristlecone Pine, White Mts., CA, photograph by Domingo Milella

 

Tulum, Zara (City of Dawn), 13th century, photograph by Kim Steele

 

Srinagar, photograph by Henri Cartier Bresson…from “The Man Who Brought Us the Decisive Moment”

 

Textile Curtain by Petra Blaisse, Chazen Museum

 

The One & Only Julia Child, photograph by Paul Child

 

Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Vitruvian Man’ for Greenpeace, photograph by John Quigley

 

“Reflections” by Ana Juan, The New Yorker, cover, 9.12.2011

 

As Summer Fades into Fall, vintage Campari ad

 

Saul Perlmutter, Winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize for Physics, for the Discovery of the Accelerating Expansion of the Universe through Observations of Distant Supernovae, portrait by Kim Steele, www.kimsteele.com

 

Metropolis, photograph by Kim Steele, contact scottnicholsgallery.com

 

Man Ray, 1934, photograph by Carl Van Vechten

 

De Young Museum, San Francisco designed by Herzog & de Meuron, photograph by Kim Steele

 

Danae (pronounced De-NIGH-EE)and the Shower of Gold (1939), photograph by George Platt Lynes

 

 

 

 

 

{ 0 comments… add one now }