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Inside the Mind of American Photographer Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore is an American photographer known for his “deadpan images of banal scenes and objects in the United States” and for his pioneering use of color in fine art photography. At age 14, he sold three photographs to the Museum of Modern Art, and at 24, he became the second living photographer to do a solo exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In this video, Shore talks a little about his work and shares some of his thoughts on photography.

(via xatakafoto)


 
  • Sammideane

    I love Stephen Shore.  He is my favorite photographer.

  • http://www.j--a--c.com/ jamescampbell

    Love the 8×10 format.

  • http://www.facebook.com/robbycornish Robby Cornish

    I just dont get it.

  • Keith Skinner

    PDN recently published an interview with Shore in the Real Talk series. I felt that he came off as a little too academic in that interview. I like the Stepen Shore in this video much more. You can sense both the warmth and passion without diluting his excellent points. Very nice.

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