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Joseph Szabo, Roadrunner, Jones Beach, 1970

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Josef Breitenbach, Forest Limb, c. 1933-39

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Josef Breitenbach, Forest Limb, c. 1933-39

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HARRY'S HANDS.  American photographer @debbieflemingcaffery, was inspired early on by the work of #dorothealange and many of the artists working within the FSA and #federalartsproject of the WPA during the depression. Her work is as much artful as it is #documentary per Aipad member @gittermangallery.
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Deborah Fleming CAFFERY, 2642: Harry's Hands, 1984.  Courtesy Gitterman Gallery, NYC.
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#aipadphoto #gittermangallery #debbieflemingcaffery #photography #contemporaryphotography #discoverphotography #collectors #collectart #art #love #blacknwhite #picoftheday #hands #vsco #vscocam #instaawesome #igers #fineartphotography #capture #tbt #blackandwhitephotography #life #louisiana #people #thesouth #video #artreelsproduction

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Adam Bartos, Blue Mustang, Los Angeles, 1978

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PAPA (arms up). Debbie Fleming Caffery grew up along the Bayou Teche in southwest Louisiana. She is interested in telling stories with her pictures.  Her rich, and dramatic prints are the result of the deep relationships with the #people and places she photographs, a visual corollary to the reverence she has for her subjects per her bio @gittermangallery.
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Deborah Fleming CAFFERY, 7243: Papa (arms up), 1987.  Courtesy Gitterman Gallery, NYC.
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#aipadphoto #gittermangallery #debbieflemingcaffery #photography #contemporaryphotography #discoverphotography #collectors #collectart #art #love #blacknwhite #picoftheday #portrait #vsco #vscocam #instaawesome #igers #armsup #thesouth #fineartphotography #capture #blackandwhitephotography #louisiana #people #thesouth #video #artreelsproduction

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ROBERTO.  American photographer @debbieflemingcaffery, was inspired early on by the work of #dorothealange and many of the artists working within the FSA and #federalartsproject of the WPA during the depression.  Her work is as much artful as it is #documentary per Aipad member @gittermangallery. .
An utterly #beautiful #blackandwhite.
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Debbie Fleming CAFFERY.  7230: Roberto, 1994.  Courtesy Gitterman Gallery, NYC.
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#aipadphoto #gittermangallery #debbieflemingcaffery #photography #contemporaryphotography #discoverphotography #collectors #collectart #art #love #blacknwhite #picoftheday #portrait #vsco #vscocam #instaawesome #igers  #fineartphotography #capture #fire #louisiana #people #thesouth #video #artreelsproduction

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Machiel Botman, Julia, 2007
from A Selection from Inventory, February 1-28.

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Kenneth HEILBRON, Untitled (Ringling Brothers Circus), c. late 1930s - 40's. From A Selection from Our Inventory February 1-28.

#gittermangallery #circus #ringlingbrothersandbarnumandbailey

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KHALIK ALLAH by MISS ROSEN in HUCK
Dark, soulful portraits of Harlem at night
Psychic x-rays

Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
In the summer of 1998, Khalik Allah had come to a major crossroad after failing eighth grade. Dancing with a B-boy crew had been keeping him out late at night, and school had failed to interest him. Yet he understood the importance of educating himself. Concerned about his future, he headed up to Harlem and began to study with the Five-Percent Nation at the Allah School.

The Five-Percent teachings provided Allah with the self-knowledge and street smarts needed to turn his life around. When he graduated high school, he received a $1,000 scholarship that he used to buy his first camera. He took up filmmaking, then photography, with a mission to create an original style that he could use to create what he describes as “psychic x-rays” – portraits of the soul that lies within... In 2011, the vision came. Allah would shoot in Harlem on the corner of 125th Street and Lexington Avenue at night exclusively. “It was still a world to itself and there was nobody there to translate it except a few security cameras that the police had installed,” Allah remembers. “Nobody else was shooting there, and I think that was because of fear. Fear of a black neighbourhood at night, on a corner where there are a lot of drugs and a lot of people just coming home from prison. I was seeing people beyond the flesh, beyond the body, and going directly to the soul. I am focusing on people that seem to be at the lowest but showing them as royalty.”... “I could tell so many stories: I could talk about the local clinics and addiction, but none of that was the point – it was always about the person beyond the circumstance. You can see that in the eyes. The eyes are my point of focus. I look at them like stars in the night.”
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