LIFE Photo Archive on Google
LIFE is teaming up with Google to create a massive online database of more than 10 million photos from the 1750s through to today. It is a work in progress but there is already an impressive collection of photographs online now.
The LIFE photography archive is hosted here by Google. There’s an excellent collection of Pablo Picasso pictures here. The Google Image Search is free for personal and research purposes. Copyright and ownership of all images will remain with Time Inc.
Searching for “Artists at Work” brings up an interesting set of images, with the likes of Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, Georges Rouault, Fernand Leger, Marc Chagall, Alice Neel and more.
Over 100 iconic prints of world-renowned music artists taken by globally celebrated photographers including Rankin, Tony McGee and Jill Furmanovsky are on sale. Available for £95 each, the sale represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of music history, with many of the prints usually unavailable to buy. 100% of proceeds go to Stagehand – the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for live music crews who have fallen on tough times.
Remsen Wolff, was an American photographer (1940-1998) whose imagery portrayed the sensual and beautiful part of his subjects, the creative element being the focus matter itself; transgenders, drag queens and transvestites.
‘Fire’ is the theme for the 9th Prix Pictet; award exhibition to be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in December 2021
Rankin has teamed up with Royal London to encourage a conversation around death with a free digital exhibition, Lost for Words,