The Pinnacle 



Unknown photographer
Jabez Hogg and Mr Johnson, 1843
National Museum of Photography,
Film & Television/Science &
Society Picture Library
August Sander
Painter [Anton Räderscheidt], 1926
© Die Photographische
Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur –
August Sander Archiv, Cologne,
DACS, London, 2006
Gary Schneider
Shirley, 1991

Courtesy of the artist and Julie
Saul Gallery, New York
Jacob Riis
“One of four peddlers who slept
in a cellar,” c. 1890
Museum of the City of New York,
The Jacob A. Riis Collection,
“The landscape is well handled, but the figures are slipshod.”
A contemporary critique of manet’s “Déjeuner sur l’herbe,” 1863Nancy Burson
DNAid Billboard (From “The
Human Race Machine,” 2000)
© Nancy Burso
Jeff Wall
Dead Troops Talk

© Jeff Wall/Courtesy of Marian
Goodman Gallery, New York

Nan Goldin

Nan and Brian in Bed, NYC, 1983
© Nan Goldin. Courtesy of
Matthew Marks GallerHelen Levitt

New York, ca. 1940 Courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Julia Margaret Cameron The Kiss of Peace, 1867Gernsheim Collection,

Harry Ransom HumanitiesResearch Center,

The University of Texas

Lee Friedlander New York City, 1966 Courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Weegee (Arthur Fellig) Harold Horn, Knocked Over Milk Wagon with Stolen Car,June 27, 1941

© Weegee (Arthur Fellig)/ Hulton Archive

Harmony & Balance. WELCOME to my blog! I hope you enjoy the genre of my amateur photography.  –  ‘Imagine an underground chamber like a cave, with a long entrance open to the daylight and as wide as the cave. In this chamber are men who have been prisoners since they were children, their legs and necks being so fastened that they can only look straight ahead of them and cannot turn their heads. Some way off, behind and higher up, a fire is burning, and between the fire and the prisoners and above them runs a road, in front of which a curtain-wall has been built, like the screen at puppet shows between the operators and their audience, above which they show their puppets.’”I see.'” PLATO

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