- Previously on Hans Lucas #12
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- Previously on Hans Lucas #11
- Previously on Hans Lucas #10
- Previously on Hans Lucas #9
- Previously on Hans Lucas #8
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- “Photographs (I mean the good ones) cannot be simply replaced by words—or worse, concepts. The really good ones retain a capacity for resistance, surprise or mystery that constitute their essential charm and force…”
- Gathering together a wide variety of photographic practices, this group exhibition showcases the extraordinary power of the image to change our view of the world.
- “The photographic image reminds us that the world is going down—and that probably helps us live better among the shadows, ruins and ghosts…”
- “Editing is the only chance we have to confront our images face-to-face…one of the most powerful tools that we can use to create our greatest photographic works.”
- “The images, when confronted with one another, all seem to be multiplied, resonant, vibrant, immense…they take us far, far away, and present invisible answers to our infinite questions.”
- “We are not in the business of images. We are in the business of ideas”—a diverse and idiosyncratic selection of photographs reflects on the importance of concept in our contemporary moment of “infinite digital scroll.”
- Poetry and photography go hand in hand in this spare but suggestive collection of pictures—learn more about this unusual monthly publication.
- Inspired by a “petit moment de philosophie” from the street photography giant Joel Meyerowitz, a new online magazine aims to celebrate the beloved genre.
- A poetic mix of text and disparate yet strangely resonant single images, complete with short stories from each of the photographers that help tie them all together.
- The harsh, even spasmodic surprises of our contemporary moment come also with flashes of truth. The new edition of Previously on Hans Lucas brings together a range of images, texts and video to tell the story.
- “Everything has to go”—the new edition of Previously on Hans Lucas (#9) brings together a diverse—and at times unstable—range of images, texts and video that in their sum propel us forward with the force of a parade.
- The latest edition of Previously on Hans Lucas (#8) addresses a wide range of conceptual subjects including isolation, companionship, spirit, and a personal search for identity—learn more about this innovative monthly photography publication.
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