from the project somewhere on a disappearing path
His work will be on view at three special New York City Ballet Art Series performances on January 23rd, February 7th and February 13th, where all tickets are priced at $29, and all audience members will receive a limited edition commemorative piece.
Shaolin has been popularly synonymous for what are considered the external Chinese martial arts, regardless of whether or not the particular style in question has any connection to the Shaolin Monastery. Some say that there is no differentiation between the so-called internal and external systems of the Chinese martial arts, while other well-known teachers have expressed differing opinions. For example, the Taijiquan teacher Wu Jianquan:
Those who practice Shaolinquan leap about with strength and force; people not proficient at this kind of training soon lose their breath and are exhausted. Taijiquan is unlike this. Strive for quiescence of body, mind and intention.
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from the project Postcards from America
In the 1950s Magnum created portfolios for “Generation X”. Every photographer was given a group project: the task of portraying the new generation in the country he was visiting. The selected individuals were each interviewed using the same questionnaire, herein creating a fascinating portrait of a future generation. “Generation X” was published throughout the world. This video highlights Werner Bischof’s trip to India and Japan and the people he photographed and interviewed on his journey.
Werner Bischof’s Portfolio_ http://www.wernerbischof.com/work/portfolio.html
a film by Wong Kar Wai, with really nice photography (and music).
Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol working on his project Arrivals and Departures.
a film by Sun Hee Engelstoft: “I followed Magnum Photographer Jacob Aue Sobol around – during his shoot of the project Arrivals and Departures – a journey from Moscow to Beijing with the legendary train. A small portrait of the process in creating photographs.”
Φωτογραφίες μέσα από την καθημερινή ζωή από τη Γιαπωνέζα φωτογράφο Rinko Kawauchi.