To end the week on a more positive note, this photograph by Joseph Holmes was recently released on the website 20 x 200. For those who don't know about it, 20 x 200 is the brainchild of gallerist Jen Bekman and offers prints by a range of upcoming photographers starting at $20 for editions of 200 8 x 10s and going up to $2,000 for much smaller editions of large prints.
I wrote about Joseph Holmes when he photographed my desk for his series on work spaces and he's a frequent and therefore much appreciated commenter on this blog - so I was doubly pleased when I saw this charming picture. What I like about it is the naturalness of the photograph combined with the originality of the image. It's an everyday scene made fresh and resonant by a photographer on top of his game. (To appreciate it more fully do click on it to get the larger size.)
What a great site. I also like Joseph's "Yellow cabs" shot featured on 20x200. Such simple photos, but really engaging.
i saw this shot a few days ago and fell in love with it.
it certainly does end the week on a positive note.
Oh wow, this is amazing. I love it. Great post.
I love it... vaguely similar in quality and feel to Sid Kaplan's Urban Stonehenge series.
I like it too.
Somehow, I want to see it without
the streetlights and the cars.
One of the things that I miss about Domino magazine other websites they highlighted like the website 20x200. I heart 20x200, it allows people like me (middle class) to live with art.
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