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Photographs on the Brain #32

“I hate when art becomes a religion. I feel the opposite. When you start putting a higher value on works of art than people, you’re forfeiting your humanity. There’s a tendency to feel the artist has special privileges, and that anything’s okay if it’s in the service of art. […] I always feel the artist […]

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Photographs on the Brain #30

“ What’s great about looking at your work is the emotion comes back. The emotion comes back. The rhythm of what you were photographing comes back. It’s almost like a musical score. You can see where I may have quit too soon, or stayed too long. Or was bored and took a lot of pictures […]

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Photographs on the Brain #27

“Bliss—a-second-by-second joy and gratitude at the gift of being alive, conscious—lies on the other side of crushing, crushing boredom. Pay close attention to the most tedious thing you can find (Tax Returns, Televised Golf) and, in waves, a boredom like you’ve never known will wash over you and just about kill you. Ride these out, […]

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Photographs on the Brain #26

“Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, it’s unlikely you will step up and take responsibility for making it so. If you assume that there’s no hope, you guarantee that there will be no hope. If you assume that there is an instinct […]

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Photographs on the Brain #25

“The “photo – blog” will reach some kind of precipice / tipping point. More innovations will be offered (which is true every year), but I see more personal narratives gripping us rather than the same old, same old. Already it appears as if our community is in danger of becoming formulaic, although there are of […]

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Photographs on the Brain #22

“One of the most striking signs of the decay of art is when we see its separate forms jumbled together.” – Jean-Luc Godard Andy Warhol Self-Portrait via otomano ©Bryan Schutmaat ©NicolasV

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Photographs on the Brain #21

©Patrick Tsai ©Wes Frazer ©Elizabeth Weinberg ©Blake Sinclair ©Luo Yang ©David Yee ©Jon Edwards ©Natasha Klimchuk ©Sebastien Gerber ©The Whitest Girl Alive

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Photographs on the Brain #19

“Any party which accepts credit for the rain must not be surprised if its opponents blame it for the drought” – Dwight Morrow ©diadainconsupertrafra ©Harnpon Juapetch ©John Goldsmith via Superbomba ©David Solomons ©diadainconsupertrafra ©Jannet Duroc ©Shorpy

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Photographs on the Brain #18

“Sometimes the appropriate response to reality is to go insane.” – Philip K. Dick ©Todd Fisher ©Brad Wise ©James Wendell ©Julien Boast found by Le Marais ©Hin Chua ©Daily Dolores ©Karen Rudd ©Christian Fossati

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Photographs on the Brain #17

“All modern revolutions have ended in a reinforcement of the power of the State”  by Paul Jackson by Ross Everston via stomach aches by nina westervelt via JL Roberson via Carl Guderian

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Photographs on the Brain #16

by Bryan Schutmaat by Nicolas Honoré by melancholik by Megan McIsaac by Sergio Lira by Thomas and Eva

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Photographs on the Brain #15

by diadainconsupertrafra by Karen Rudd by carlito schilirò by Benjamin Goss

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Photographs on the Brain #14

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