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WILLIAM EGGLESTON

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American-born William Eggleston is one of most recognized photoghraphers. He established colour photography as legitimate artistic medium in art galleries and museums while had the first one-person exhibition of colour photographs in the history of MoMA.
Eggleston finds "the uncommonness of the commonplace" in each place he portrays. Inspired by the beauty of family snapshots, Eggleston looks at the everyday and the overlooked in order to reveal them as remarkable. Definitely a deeply american first-class talent.

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33 comments:

YoUngLiNgToN said...

NICE PICS ! I love the feelings they express.

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Kimberly Capeto said...

Hey !
These photos are so beautiful ! I love that vintage vibe they have.

xoxo

Lidia said...

M'enamoren aquestes imatges, m'agradaría molt perdrem pels estats units fent fotos!

ranzuki - [TrendFreeak] said...

Geniales las fotos!!
Un beso! :)

Gillie said...

His photography is so lovely, the lilacs in the field is particularly gorgeous!

xo Gillie

Sasha said...

These photos embody my mind's view of americana. From the snapshot-like feel to the seemingly commonplace subjects, his work evokes a feeling of life in the most unexpected and thought-provoking ways.

Sabrina said...

beautiful pics!!!!

Valeria said...

Love these pics!!! xoxo

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Jessica said...

Beautiful! Love those pictures:)

Katrina said...

There are so pretty. I love how they carry the essence of America. Love em.

>'.'<

Ali said...

Eep, these photos are so amazing! I love the one of the yellow and purple flowers in the field. Perfect!

Ali said...

Eep, these photos are so amazing! I love the one of the yellow and purple flowers in the field. Perfect!

jas said...

such awesome photos. brings me back

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Gabriele said...

wow amazing photography! he is so talented..the pics are wonderful<3 xx

Isquisofrenia said...

ill check out your facebook page

Evaila said...

His photos are so inspiring!
Very beautiful!
xoxo
E.

EJC said...

Wow I love all these images, such raw american life! Thanks for the comment, you are SO sweet and I LOVE your blog!

xo
ejc

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Paris said...

He really does find the "uncommonness of the common place" in all these pictures! I love the lavender field pic especially :)

xoxo,
Paris

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yOka said...

Awesome!
Thanks for sharing!


xx


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Kat said...

amazing photos!!!! love the old western feel to them :)

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Arantza said...

I LOVE THIS PICTURES!!!

Mmaree. said...

Love those pictures! (=

Linda said...

Really nice pic have a very old style kin of feeling :)

I know they are so cute!! :)

XX

/ Linda from Sweden

ediot said...

these are simply amazing photos. i LOVE them
thanks a lot for sharing
hope you'er having a great week
x

Daisy said...

I really love his work !

Michelle Goldie said...

Thank you for your lovely comment! and I really like your blog! I promise visit it again!

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amanda said...

in love with these photos!

Margaux said...

I love your pictures, because they are so beautiful and dreamer ...

Have a nice day, xx
M.

Carmen said...

These photos are wonderful!

Carmen Ri.

just tututiny said...

such great photos, i love the vintage vibe it gives!

Just Tututiny

Styleann said...

I love the pictures!!! thanks for your comment on my blog
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xx

Yuka said...

love the photos & places <3

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