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  1. Doug DuBois - My Last Day at Seventeen

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    from Aperture Foundation Liked 863 5 0

    Aperture announces a Kickstarter campaign for the photobook "My Last Day at Seventeen" by photographer Doug DuBois. To read more and be a part of the project, visit: http://kck.st/1LMRgnQ Doug…

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    • The Sellers

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      from Piotr Malecki Liked 70 2 0

      Short observational documentary about two used car salesmen and their idle time while waiting for a client at their little office. This film was shot in a small town in central Poland in 2014.

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      • Snapshot 2: Fred Herzog

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        from Richard Keating Liked 264 3 0

      • SnapShot (Season 2): Fred Herzog

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        from Richard Keating Liked 78 2 0

      • SnapShot (Season 2): Lincoln Clarkes

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        from Richard Keating Liked 45 1 0

      • Snapshot: Greg Girard

        03:02

        from Richard Keating Liked 55 1 0

      • Confessions For a Son - Book Flip Through

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        from David Bornfriend Liked

        Book flip through for Owl & Tiger's first edition printing of Confessions For a Son by McNair Evans.

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        • Per Bak Jensen: The Presence of the Absent

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          from Louisiana Channel Liked

          We met Danish photographer Per Bak Jensen for a talk about desirable ‘hidden things’, and how photographing the world helps him understand it – and himself: “I can’t…

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          • Uden for myldretid

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            from Rundetaarn Liked 643 1 0

            Fotoudstilling i Rundetaarn 22. november 2014 til 11. januar 2015. De fire fotografer Henrik Saxgren, Christina Capetillo, Carsten Ingemann og Torben Eskerod har på deres rejse udi Danmarks…

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            • The Invisible Photograph: Part 4 (Discarded)

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              from Carnegie Museum of Art Liked 6,470 61 1

              Based in Berlin, German artist Joachim Schmid spent 30 years roaming city streets to retrieve photographs that have been discarded by their creators and users. He has since pieced together an anti-museum…

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