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Une rétrospective’

MEP Maison Européene de la Photographie, Paris

Joel Meyerowitz’s colour work revolutionised the history of photography. Born in 1938 in New York, he began photographing the city in black and white with a 35mm camera after meeting Robert Frank in 1962. In the mid 1960s, a long trip to Europe marked a turning point in his career and enabled him to affirm his personal style. Only in the 1970s did he begin working exclusively in colour.

Joel Meyerowitz developed a highly individual style, capturing “the decisive instant” with a 35mm camera and revealing the beauty of reality using longer exposure times with a 20 x 25 Deardorff view camera. This retrospective presents both his early black and white photographs and his colour work, including the famous pictures of the ruins of the World Trade Center in New York following the events of 11 September 2001.

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Jeans Wilder - Gravity Bong

Premiere from new album Totally

(Source: what.cd, via feastofbeast)


At the Isle of Wight Festival, England, 1969

by David Hurn

Ty segall 10/12

it would be better if the human race was never here 

(Source: henckels, via spokeart)


It’s Not Meant to Be - Tame Impala


Rest in Peace, Neil Armstrong

Buzz Aldrin took this picture of Neil Armstrong in the cabin after the completion of the first EVA. This is the face of the first man to set foot on the Moon, just hours earlier, on July 20th, 1969.

Neil Armstrong was a quiet self-described nerdy engineer who became a global hero when as a steely-nerved pilot he made “one giant leap for mankind” with a small step on to the moon. The modest man who had people on Earth entranced and awed from almost a quarter million miles away has died. He was 82.