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Bulletin #24

 
 

Wasserspiele
 
 

It sparkles and shines; it absorbs light, and it casts light back with a unique, effusive clarity. Water is omnipresent.  


Bulletin #23

 
 

The Art of Airbrush
 
 

Digital technology has made the process of altering photographs faster and easier, more difficult to detect, and more accessible to more people – many more people – than at any point in history.  


Bulletin #22

 
 

Green
 
 

We associate green with Spring, with new birth and rebirth and plants as they sprout and grow.  


Bulletin #21

 
 

Me, Myself and I
 
 

The portrayal of the human figure is one of the oldest themes and subjects in the entire history of artistic expression.  


Bulletin #20

 
 

The Fine Line
 
 

In the history of art, the simple line drawn has always held a position of fundamental importance.


Bulletin #19

 
 

Louis Alphonse Poitevin
 
 

I SET TO WORK LIKE MANY OTHERS, AND SINCE THAT TIME I HAVE NOT STOPPED THINKING ABOUT OR PRACTICING THIS NEW ART FORM.  


Bulletin #18

 
 

Traveling by Autochrome
 
 

Glaciers are among the most beautiful natural wonders on Earth.  


Bulletin #17

 
 

The Art of the Autochrome
 
 

The Lumière Autochrome, invented and marketed by brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière, was the world’s first practical color photography process.  


Bulletin #16

 
 

Of Demons, Spirits and Other Creatures
 
 

  ‘Demon’ comes from the Greek δαίμων or δαιμόνιον.  


Bulletin #15

 
 

resistance
 
 

Stefan Zweig, “Die Welt von Gestern” (“The World of Yesterday”) Erich Kästner, “Der Gang vor die Hunde” (“Going to the Dogs”), forword to new edition, Munich, Summer 1946   All photographs are available for purchase. Prices upon request. For further information please send an email to: contact@danielblau.com All offers are […]


Bulletin #14

 
 

Early Photography in Japan
 
 

Photography was first introduced to Japan at a time of great upheaval in the country.  


Bulletin #13

 
 

Yoshito Matsushige & Yōsuke Yamahata
 
 

Eyewitnesses of the final bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki  


Bulletin #12

 
 

Snow Studies
 
 

“How full of the creative genius is the air in which these are generated! I should hardly admire more if real stars fell and lodged on my coat.” Henry David Thoreau


Bulletin #11

 
 

Message in a Bottle
 
 

A “found object” is understood to be an object, part of the everyday or natural surroundings, which is made into a work of art.


Bulletin #10

 
 

Architecture & Photography
 
 

GEORG KOPPMANN Vintage Photographs of Historic Hamburg


Bulletin #9

 
 

Architecture & Art
 
 

Housing Projects by Lüpertz, Kiefer and Immendorff


Bulletin #8

 
 

A Victorian Photographer Abroad
 
 

Francis Frith’s (1822-1898) photographic tours to Egypt in 1856-57 and 1859-60 were by far the most ambitious and systematic excursions of his time


Bulletin #7

 
 

Travelling Photographers
 
 

“Travel to Egypt? They all start dancing with sheer joy,” he wrote. “As if that was something other than going to London.”


Bulletin #6

 
 

Carbon Printing
 
 

One of the most common printing processes developed in the 1850s is the carbon print.


Bulletin #5

 
 

So far yet so close: NASA Lunar Orbiter Photographs
 
 

The photographs taken by a machine are the remnants of one the first successful attempts at exploring our nearest celestial neighbour.


Bulletin #4

 
 

Karl-Heinz Schwind
 
 

“Images enlarge the space, expand it – form tunnels into other worlds, make the room a Charles de Gaulle departure hall”


Bulletin #3

 
 

auto – Mobile
 
 

There are just a few examples of the ways in which artists have turned their attention to cars and car cultur


Bulletin #2

 
 

Cyanotype
 
 

The cyanotype process is chemically simple and limited in terms of the color…


Bulletin #1

 
 

Retouching in Photography
 
 

“It is not the camera but the skill of the operator that produces a realistic-looking photograph”