Gilles Roudière (b. 1976)

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Albania, from series: “What are these mountains dreaming about?”

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Albania, from series: “What are these mountains dreaming about?”

Josef Breitenbach (1896-1984)

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Max Ernst and his wife Marie-Berthe Aurenche, Paris, 1936

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Sculpture Academy, Paris, c. 1935

Wynn Bullock (1902-1975)

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Nude Behind Cobwebbed Window, 1955

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Stark Tree, 1956

Raoul Ubac (1910-1985)

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Objets reliés, 1942

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Battle of the Penthesilea (1937)

William Eggleston (b. 1939)

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Untitled, 1973

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Yellow Market, 1999-2001

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Untitled (Downtown Morton, Mississippi), c. 1970

William Eggleston’s choice of color photography has been crucial in lending credibility to the medium. However, I think the most interesting aspect of his photography is that he so often focuses on ordinary, one could even say boring, locations and objects. An abandoned gas station, a car that’s given up the ghost… His photographs sometimes make the mundane beautiful, but more importantly they make the mundane meaningful.

Bill Brandt (1904-1983)

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Stonehenge in the Snow, 1947