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.
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
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.
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