Philip-Lorca diCorcia in the Street

Because we like people and even more people with some wittiness in their photography, we had to bring Philip-Lorca.
Philip-Lorca diCorcia is American and was born in 1951.

Staged or not, with paid models, friends or prostitutes, he used us to a very special aesthetic in his works with an almost theatrical light and colour in their dramatic pose. And the result can stuck you in.

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

some other essays that made 2HeadS even better:
Un Soir Place de la Bastille;
The Underground New York Public Library;
Jorge Molder: The King, The Captain, The Soldier and the Thief;
Genesis, by Sebastiao Salgado;
The Neighbours of Blazej Marczak;   
2013: The Interviews and The Photographers

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

by ©Philip-Lorca diCorcia

B Shot by a Stranger: Beyond Loneliness;  
An Interview With The Incredible Photographer Gonzalo Benard for MutantSpace;
Alchemy, by Sarah Moon;
Katharine Cooper’s White Africans;
Martin, his sister and her camera;
The Roma Project, by Kieran Kesner.

January, 2014 by ©Gonzalo Bénard for 2HeadS
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