Sarah Moon’s work has a strong narrative quality. Working with fairy tales, Moon created a series during the 1980s entitled Little Red Riding Hood, based on the classic Charles Perrault tale. The images in the series seem to have a film noir quality to them. Light and shadow play off each other in a haunting manner. This image is from the series.

Little Red Riding Hood, circa Photographer: Sarah Moon. Really great, would love to try -I'm not sure I get little red riding hood, I get more of a wolf man feeling. Otherwise, it tells a cool story and I think it fits.

Diane Arbus. Identical twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967. http://diane-arbus-photography.com/ <3

The Photographic Fascination With Twins

Diane Arbus, Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967 (This photo also inspired Stanley Kubrick’s image of the Grady twins in The Shining.

would love to add a vivian maier to my photography collection. what an amazing story.

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

Saw this yesterday at the Stephen Bulgar Gallery.Amazing show! I love her!  Vivian Maier Self-portrait

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Vivian Maier, Self-portrait. Vivian Dorothea Maier was an American street photographer, who was born in New York City and spent much of her childhood in France.

Masked Child with a Doll, 1961 photo by Diane Arbus

frenchtwist: via firsttimeuser: Masked Child with a Doll, 1961 photo by Diane Arbus: Dolls creep me the hell out. I don't mind the girl's mask.

In the Street Vivian Maier

In the Street

No room for Clark Kent. Helen Levitt’s street photography documents the vibrancy and humor of chance New York City moments,

Diane Arbus - Lady on a bus, N.Y.C. 1957

Diane Arbus, Lady on a bus, N. I like how the woman in the picture looks into the camera, it makes me think of a "freezeframe" moment, where she describes her situation.

Take a look at our new Spotlight on Mary Ellen Mark. http://fadedandblurred.com/spotlight/from-the-edges-mary-ellen-mark/

Amanda and her cousin Amy Valdese by Mary Ellen Mark North Carolina, USA, 1990 In Peter Howe at Life magazine sent me to North Carolina to photograph a special school for children with problems.

nan goldin’s legendary portraits of disaffected youth get new life

nan goldin’s legendary portraits of disaffected youth get new life

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