Author Archive "Conchita Fernandes"

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Edward Hopper’s Silence

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Undoubtedly, when you think of Edward Hopper, it is his painting, titled Nighthawks, that immediately comes to mind. It is your quintessential …

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A Life of Rebellion

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What does the word freedom imply? What does it mean to be free? To be an African American in the 19th century …

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Setting Fire to Your Photographs

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In 1991, on the day that he turned 80, Brett Weston willfully obliterated a lifetime of negatives, except for 12, in a …

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The Pictures that are Not Made, But Taken

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In a recent piece that he did for The New York Times Magazine, Teju Cole addressed how the common man photographs today, with …