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John Gutmann – at the BJE Library in San Francisco

John Gutmann – at the BJE Library in San Francisco

The work of photographer John Gutmann was featured in an exhibition at the BJE Jewish Community Library in San Francisco in 2010. An Evening Celebrating the Life and Work of John Gutmann, included the screening of Jane Levy Reed’s outstanding documentary entitled My Eyes Were Fresh, along with a talk and presentation by Sally Stein entitled A Gulliver in America.

An exhibition of sixty six photographs by John Gutmann’s was previously shown at Lumière, select to view the exhibition or to view additional images by Gutmann visit his artist page.

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From our Archives: Ansel Adams: Early Modernist provides a Deeper Look into the role Adams and his f/64 peers played in transforming photography into its own art form.

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Photo Credits: Ansel Adams - Sand Dune, Oceano, 1950 (Silver Gelatin Print, 9 x 9.5)
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"Creativity is a continuous process; it's like the expansion of the universe."

One of many great pieces of wisdom that Harold continues to inspire us with.
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This excerpt from Harold Feinstein's teachings is taken from a class on May 27, 1999 in Arlington, MA. Here Harold encourages his students to see the creative process as endless and understand themselves as constant creators. There is no particular end product, just an ongoing process. There is no room for boredom. #HaroldFeinstein #Teaching #Boston #CreativeProcess

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Today marks Edward Weston's 131st birthday. He is remembered for his influential role in defining photography as an artistic medium independent of previously established art forms, and also for being a loving, supportive father.

Photo credits: Brett Weston - Portrait of Edward Weston, 1940

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