Here are mostly my photographs, but sometimes other peoples, and a few other things that interest me. If you like my work, this is my website, shaylorphoto.com . And if you wish to use my images, please ask and credit me.hhh

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urbanautica:

TODD HIDO‘Excerpts from Silver Meadows’
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York13.03.2014 - 26.04.2014
Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present the third solo show of new works by Todd Hido.  In conjunction with the publication of Hido’s latest book,  Excerpts from Silver Meadows (Nazraeli, 2013) the gallery will feature a selection of images from this highly personal yet fictionalized body of work  that  surrounds  his  return  to  the  “architecture”  of  his childhood and  a particular  street  in  suburban  Ohio  where the artist was raised.  The works displayed introduce a new larger format for the artist and are printed in an edition of one.
Over the past twenty-five years Todd Hido has created a distinct visual language replete with  psychological  tension  and  emotional  drama  set  in  the  suburban American landscape.   Any narrative inferred from his work is entirely a construct of the viewer’s imagination heightened by Hido’s power of sequencing images and his fascination with a cinematic  style of  image  making.    His landscapes or  suburban scenes nearly always seem fraught with evocation, the weight of something about to be undone, or having recently  occurred (for better or worse).   Hido speaks of his works in the language  of memory, so that the holes and patches of an image are inherent to its finished composition. 
Todd Hido (b.1968, Kent, OH) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist who received his M.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1996 and his B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University. His photographs have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City; Pier 24, San Francisco; and the Bidwell Foundation, Cleveland  and are included in numerous museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of Art,  the  Solomon  R.  Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as in many other public and private collections worldwide. In 2001 an award-winning monograph of his work titled House Hunting was published by Nazraeli Press and a companion monograph, Outskirts, was published in 2002. His third book, Roaming, was published in 2004.  His first book focusing on portraits and nudes, Between the Two, was published in 2006 and A Road Divided was published in 2010. He is an adjunct professor at the California College of Art, San Francisco, California.© Bruce Silverstein | Todd Hido urbanautica:

TODD HIDO‘Excerpts from Silver Meadows’
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York13.03.2014 - 26.04.2014
Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present the third solo show of new works by Todd Hido.  In conjunction with the publication of Hido’s latest book,  Excerpts from Silver Meadows (Nazraeli, 2013) the gallery will feature a selection of images from this highly personal yet fictionalized body of work  that  surrounds  his  return  to  the  “architecture”  of  his childhood and  a particular  street  in  suburban  Ohio  where the artist was raised.  The works displayed introduce a new larger format for the artist and are printed in an edition of one.
Over the past twenty-five years Todd Hido has created a distinct visual language replete with  psychological  tension  and  emotional  drama  set  in  the  suburban American landscape.   Any narrative inferred from his work is entirely a construct of the viewer’s imagination heightened by Hido’s power of sequencing images and his fascination with a cinematic  style of  image  making.    His landscapes or  suburban scenes nearly always seem fraught with evocation, the weight of something about to be undone, or having recently  occurred (for better or worse).   Hido speaks of his works in the language  of memory, so that the holes and patches of an image are inherent to its finished composition. 
Todd Hido (b.1968, Kent, OH) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist who received his M.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1996 and his B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University. His photographs have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City; Pier 24, San Francisco; and the Bidwell Foundation, Cleveland  and are included in numerous museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of Art,  the  Solomon  R.  Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as in many other public and private collections worldwide. In 2001 an award-winning monograph of his work titled House Hunting was published by Nazraeli Press and a companion monograph, Outskirts, was published in 2002. His third book, Roaming, was published in 2004.  His first book focusing on portraits and nudes, Between the Two, was published in 2006 and A Road Divided was published in 2010. He is an adjunct professor at the California College of Art, San Francisco, California.© Bruce Silverstein | Todd Hido urbanautica:

TODD HIDO‘Excerpts from Silver Meadows’
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York13.03.2014 - 26.04.2014
Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present the third solo show of new works by Todd Hido.  In conjunction with the publication of Hido’s latest book,  Excerpts from Silver Meadows (Nazraeli, 2013) the gallery will feature a selection of images from this highly personal yet fictionalized body of work  that  surrounds  his  return  to  the  “architecture”  of  his childhood and  a particular  street  in  suburban  Ohio  where the artist was raised.  The works displayed introduce a new larger format for the artist and are printed in an edition of one.
Over the past twenty-five years Todd Hido has created a distinct visual language replete with  psychological  tension  and  emotional  drama  set  in  the  suburban American landscape.   Any narrative inferred from his work is entirely a construct of the viewer’s imagination heightened by Hido’s power of sequencing images and his fascination with a cinematic  style of  image  making.    His landscapes or  suburban scenes nearly always seem fraught with evocation, the weight of something about to be undone, or having recently  occurred (for better or worse).   Hido speaks of his works in the language  of memory, so that the holes and patches of an image are inherent to its finished composition. 
Todd Hido (b.1968, Kent, OH) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist who received his M.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1996 and his B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University. His photographs have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City; Pier 24, San Francisco; and the Bidwell Foundation, Cleveland  and are included in numerous museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of Art,  the  Solomon  R.  Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as in many other public and private collections worldwide. In 2001 an award-winning monograph of his work titled House Hunting was published by Nazraeli Press and a companion monograph, Outskirts, was published in 2002. His third book, Roaming, was published in 2004.  His first book focusing on portraits and nudes, Between the Two, was published in 2006 and A Road Divided was published in 2010. He is an adjunct professor at the California College of Art, San Francisco, California.© Bruce Silverstein | Todd Hido

    urbanautica:

    TODD HIDO
    ‘Excerpts from Silver Meadows’

    Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York
    13.03.2014 - 26.04.2014


    Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present the third solo show of new works by Todd Hido.  In conjunction with the publication of Hido’s latest book,  Excerpts from Silver Meadows (Nazraeli, 2013) the gallery will feature a selection of images from this highly personal yet fictionalized body of work  that  surrounds  his  return  to  the  “architecture”  of  his childhood and  a particular  street  in  suburban  Ohio  where the artist was raised.  The works displayed introduce a new larger format for the artist and are printed in an edition of one.

    Over the past twenty-five years Todd Hido has created a distinct visual language replete with  psychological  tension  and  emotional  drama  set  in  the  suburban American landscape.   Any narrative inferred from his work is entirely a construct of the viewer’s imagination heightened by Hido’s power of sequencing images and his fascination with a cinematic  style of  image  making.    His landscapes or  suburban scenes nearly always seem fraught with evocation, the weight of something about to be undone, or having recently  occurred (for better or worse).   Hido speaks of his works in the language  of memory, so that the holes and patches of an image are inherent to its finished composition. 

    Todd Hido (b.1968, Kent, OH) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist who received his M.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1996 and his B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University. His photographs have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City; Pier 24, San Francisco; and the Bidwell Foundation, Cleveland  and are included in numerous museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of Art,  the  Solomon  R.  Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as in many other public and private collections worldwide. In 2001 an award-winning monograph of his work titled House Hunting was published by Nazraeli Press and a companion monograph, Outskirts, was published in 2002. His third book, Roaming, was published in 2004.  His first book focusing on portraits and nudes, Between the Two, was published in 2006 and A Road Divided was published in 2010. He is an adjunct professor at the California College of Art, San Francisco, California.

    © Bruce Silverstein | Todd Hido

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    timscott:

IN GLORIOUS DETAIL. In the new issue of Jaguar Magazine we went beneath the skin of the beautifully sculpted surface of the F-Type Coupé.
Photography by Michael Harvey timscott:

IN GLORIOUS DETAIL. In the new issue of Jaguar Magazine we went beneath the skin of the beautifully sculpted surface of the F-Type Coupé.
Photography by Michael Harvey timscott:

IN GLORIOUS DETAIL. In the new issue of Jaguar Magazine we went beneath the skin of the beautifully sculpted surface of the F-Type Coupé.
Photography by Michael Harvey timscott:

IN GLORIOUS DETAIL. In the new issue of Jaguar Magazine we went beneath the skin of the beautifully sculpted surface of the F-Type Coupé.
Photography by Michael Harvey

      timscott:

      IN GLORIOUS DETAIL. In the new issue of Jaguar Magazine we went beneath the skin of the beautifully sculpted surface of the F-Type Coupé.

      Photography by Michael Harvey

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      WHY I LIKE THIS by Philip Ray-Jones

      The first time I went out with Tony to take photos was the day of this photograph. He had bought a VW Variant estate car, and we went down to the coast and slept on the floor in the back among some trees near the beach. We set off for the beach and started shooting. The first photo he took was of this family having a picnic on the beach. He turned me round when we were a few feet away, with my back to them and took a photo over my shoulder. We spent the rest of the day walking up and down the beach repeating this exercise. I have no idea how many photos he took that day, and a few of the photos in ‘A Day Off’ look familiar. It was very tiring, and I only accompanied him another 4 or 5 times, while he had the Variant. In 1979 my youngest daughter (2 years old) was in a Mother and Toddler group in Kentish Town, and another mother rushed up to my wife, and said ‘Are you related to Tony Ray-Jones?’. She said he was her brother-in-law. It turned out that the family in this photo were her parents and family. A bit later Tony studied the way Henri Cartier-Bresson took photos and no longer needed to have someone standing with their back to the subject matter. Cartier Bresson wore a drab coat, bent down and shot as he moved. Tony said he could take 36 frames in one minute and no one noticed him.

      Philip Ray-Jones and artist Ed Mackenzie lead a tour of Only in England on Wednesday 5 March at 1pm. Details here.

      Image use: Brighton Beach, West Sussex, 1966 © Tony Ray-Jones/National Media Museum

      Photography theory and criticism has less and less to do with the way photography is actually practiced by most people (…) most of the time. The corollary to this narrowing of the field is that traditional conversations and problems of photo theory have become largely exhausted.
      Trevor Paglen on the Fotomuseum Winterthur blog Still Searching. Seems like an interesting premise: will be following his posts with interest over the next 6 weeks.   (via eyecurious)