Saturday, June 12, 2021

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click to enlarge Sunset by Brown Mtn. - CARL HANNI
Carl Hanni
Sunset by Brown Mtn.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

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click to enlarge Colossal - CARL HANNI
Carl Hanni
Colossal

Friday, April 30, 2021

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This week we feature Saguaro faces...and this is one of the most striking and unusual appendages I've ever seen on a saguaro. I imagine this as a lost soul trapped in a saguaro that forces its way out....

click to enlarge The Fear...in profile. - CARL HANNI
Carl Hanni
The Fear...in profile.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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click to enlarge Skin #2 - CARL HANNI
Carl Hanni
Skin #2

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

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click to enlarge That way to the casino (really) - CARL HANNI
Carl Hanni
That way to the casino (really)

By the archery range

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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Back in 1975, the George Eastman House in Rochester put together the influential New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape exhibition, with photos showing an America scarred by ugly new subdivisions, rotting coal towers and mind-numbing office parks. The pristine landscapes prized by the likes of Ansel Adams were nowhere to be found, and many recoiled at the rebellious photographers’ “radical shift” from beauty. By 2010, when Tucson’s Center for Creative Photography re-created the now-famous show, photo audiences were far more accustomed to photographs that depicted the desecration of the land.

Emilia Mickevicius, a scholar visiting the Center for Creative Photography on a fellowship from the Photographic Arts Council of Los Angeles, will speak at 5 p.m. today about the public’s reaction to the groundbreaking 1975 show. Her lecture, "Photograph/Viewer/Landscape: Revisiting the Reception of New Topographics, 1975," is free and open to the public.

Mickevicius is a doctoral candidate in art history at Brown University, where she’s writing a dissertation on the original New Topographics exhibition. A graduate of the University of Chicago, she’s also held positions at the RISD Museum in Providence and at the Art Institute of Chicago.

For a review of the CCP re-creation of the original exhibition see Tucson Weekly, March 18, 2010

5 p.m. - 6 p.m. today, Tuesday, Aug. 29
Center for Creative Photography Auditorium
1030 N. Olive Rd.
creativephotography.org

Thursday, April 27, 2017

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click to enlarge Skelton Crew. - BRIAN SMITH
Brian Smith
Skelton Crew.

"Streets of This Town" is a little daily photo series featuring random pics I take on long walks through Tucson—to sort of coincide with Tucson Salvage.

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

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click to enlarge BRIAN SMITH
Brian Smith

"Streets of This Town" is a little daily photo series featuring random pics I take on long walks through Tucson—to sort of coincide with Tucson Salvage.

Friday, April 14, 2017

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click to enlarge Abella, glittering homestead. - BRIAN SMITH
Brian Smith
Abella, glittering homestead.

"Streets of This Town" is a little daily photo series featuring random pics I take on long walks through Tucson—to sort of coincide with Tucson Salvage.

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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click to enlarge Moonshadow. - BRIAN SMITH
Brian Smith
Moonshadow.

"Streets of This Town" is a little daily photo series featuring random pics I take on long walks through Tucson—to sort of coincide with Tucson Salvage.

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