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Tweet As a rule, photography has not been especially generous to those of her followers possessed by the romantic imagination, but every student of the medium will have his own considerable list of conspicuous exceptions. The romantic temper is distinguished by its quickness to find universal meanings in specific facts.
It would seem that this tendency has more often been productive in the literary than in the visual arts, perhaps because pictures are more resolutely physical than words, and thus less accessible to quick symbolic transmutations.
It is one thing to write about seeing the world in a grain of sand, and eternity in a flower, etc. Photography especially has generally worked best when it has tried to discover the differences between the world and a grain of sand, rather than belabor their similarities.
On the other hand, pictures that deal only with particulars are useless, if not impossible, and in one guise or another all art doubtless involves a contest between the specific and the generic. In photography Alfred Stieglitz was perhaps the first to make an overt issue of the fact that a photograph could have several meanings or that the meaning of a photography could have several faces when he called his late photographs of clouds and other common subjects "equivalents," suggesting that they held optional, equal, alternative meanings.
The photographer of the past generation who has most tellingly pursued this aspect of Stieglitz's thought is Minor White. White's early career was also deeply influenced by his close contact with Edward Weston and Ansel Adamsand he brought to Stieglitz's concept technical mastery, a sophisticated sense of pure form, and a sensibility to the natural landscape.
In White's picture reproduced here, it is interesting to note that, in spite of the immaculately precise photographic description, one cannot be quite sure what objects are being described: Nor can we be confident of our own vantage point: Does this landscape lie at our feet, or a thousand yards beneath our plane, or in the wall before us?
Nevertheless, it is clear that we are being shown a true and terrifying fact of nature:Duane Michals (/ ˈ m aɪ k əl z / "Michaels"; born February 18, ) is an American photographer. Michals's work makes innovative use of photo-sequences, often .
Minor White: Rites And Passages (Aperture Monograph) This selection of Minor White's superb photographs is accompanied by extensive, revealing excerpts from White's letters and amplified by James Baker Hall's perceptive observations of the artist-teacher at work.
Duane Michals (/ ˈ m aɪ k əl z / "Michaels"; born February 18, ) is an American photographer.
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