At age 15, Jacques-Henri Lartigue remarked, "People say: 'I do not trust my eyes.' Myself, I always trust them -- my eyes -- but there are days when they bring me slightly too much astonishment." This visually impressionable teenager would eventually develop into a world-famous photographer, painter,
Mariko Mori is the most glamorous sort of alien. In her identity-probing, time-traveling photographs, sculptures, and 3-D videos, this young artist takes on roles that fuse the ancient and the futuristic, natural elements and high-tech artifice. In her sleek, seamless pieces, Mori explores the "insta
"Hands off! I do not molest what I photograph, I do not meddle, and I do not arrange." Thus Dorthea Lange, admired as one of America's most committed social photographers, stated her philosophy and her working principles. Lange began her career as an independent portrait photographer in San Fran
Alfred Stieglitz spent his life pushing for the acknowledgement of photography as a valid art form. In 1923, when the Museum of Fine Arts hosted some of Stieglitz's photographs, it marked the first time that the American public saw photography in a major American museum.
Stieglitz was born in New J