To emphasise the significance of photography in up to date art right now. One of the earliest specialised photography galleries in London, Hamiltons, based in 1977, offers novel views on some of the giants of 20th-century and modern photography.
All of the photographs in this gallery have been taken with my Sony A7ii and the Zeiss 16-35mm 4.zero or 55mm 1.8. The pictures that seem like taken by a drone are literally shot via the glass of a aircraft window. In this episode, photographer Duane Michals talks to Jordan Weitzman about his early days in photography to the work he is doing at present. Michals is greatest known for his Sequences, which he first started to develop within the mid sixties. He has had an eclectic profession, from that early work being exhibited on the Museum of Modern Art in New York to doing industrial work for Vogue and Esquire. He is a self-taught photographer and his work broke away from the established types of the sixties, from his portraits to his iconoclastic combos of picture and textual content to his very private strategy to bookmaking.