Steve Middlehurst's learning log
OCA course: BA (Hons) Photography
Student ID : 512357
“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t reading enough”
"True, there are photographers who are failed artists, but so are most artists"
"Everything that needs to be said has already been said. But, since no one was listening, everything must be said again."
"Though nothing earth-shattering seems to be going on, take photographs anyhow. This helps you remember what happened today, which will be far more remarkable in the light of memory."
Newspaper horoscope from Phillip Brookman
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Category Archives: 1 – Thinking About Landscape
Rococo In the early eighteenth century the Baroque movement was superseded by Rococo, a style that would dominate European art for most of that century. Rococo was much lighter and more frivolous than Baroque and whilst it continued to feature … Continue reading
In 1982 Roslind Krauss, art critic and art history teacher, wrote Photography’s Discursive Spaces: Landscape / View (1); an essay that challenged whether the survey photographs of Timothy O’Sullivan (i) should be discussed in the context of art, in essence whether they … Continue reading