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Mothers + Daughters by Julia Fullerton-Batten

All photos © Julia Fullerton-Batten. In her latest project, called Mothers and Daughters, Julia Fullerton-Batten portrays the complex

Jeff Wall, Volunteer, 1996

Jeff Wall "Volunteer" Another seemingly simple scene. It has space and feels convincing.

Jeff Wall, La Chambre détruite (1978) est sa première photographie célèbre s’inspirant du tableau La Mort de Sardanapale, de Delacroix. À nous d’imaginer ce qu’il s’est passé, ce qui a pu conduire à cette destruction. Des indices sont laissés dans ce chaos, montrant l’intimité de la vie de cette femme. Seule chose intacte, la petite statuette de la danseuse dominant le carnage, ressemblant au roi dans la peinture de Delacroix.

Jeff Wall The Destroyed Room 1978 Transparency in lightbox 1590 x 2340 mm “My first pictures like The Destroyed Room emerged from a re-encounter with nineteenth-century art’, Wall has said. Here, the work in question is The Death of Sardanapalus

Jeff Wall, Vampires' Picnic, 1991.

Jeff Wall, The Vampires' Picnic, Cibachrome transparency in fluorescent lightbox caisson à lampes: x x cm; image: 229 x cm Purchased National Gallery of Canada

gregory crewdson - interested in the underlying blue shadows and the cold white light that pierces the room.  Interesting play of shadows.

The dark side of suburbia shown through cinematic photography

"Creating Photographic Art--Exclusive Interview With Gregory Crewdson" Late 2014 Q & A with the photographer discussing the staging of his photographs as well as his expectations of the audience.

Teatro Scientifco Bibiena Mantova, in Mantua, Northern Italy. Mozart played there at age 13. Photograph by Candida Höfer.

Candida Höfer's best photograph – an 18th-century theatre in Mantua

Candida Hofer, 'Teatro Scientifico Bibiena Mantova III,' of an theater in Mantua, Italy, WSJ magazine

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