Tuesday, October 18, 2005

lorretalux.de


lorreta lux, from germany, is by far my favorite photographer of all time. i first discovered her on a haphazard trip to the chicago museum of art. her pictures were in the far right corner, and could have easily been looked over. but the mint green and dark amber red's was burned on my brain forever. the children could either be from a fantasy make believe world, or your darkest nightmare. either way, lorreta lux is a photographer everyone needs to know about.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...
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andrew said...

hot damn, i love spam. i'll have to check out lorreta sometime soon. thanks for the tips, monsieur st├ęphane.

dreams&tears said...

ok that random person two comments ahead of me made me laugh "The pride and satisfaction of seeing your article published in a prestige directory is hard to beat.
Not all of us are gifted with the ability to write to professional standards"

she obviously doesnt realize how your stuff has been published, in a slightly different format, but still....

Erundur said...

Yeah dude, you definitely got a spam problem going on. Blogger is actually becoming notorious for spam. You can delete those comments, but you might want to disable anonymous commenting in the future if it gets too bad.

In a happier, spam-free world, I would simply say I like your site and am quite impressed with the posts you've written. Oh, and Anberlin owns.

Keep up the excellent writing and musicianship.

shypoet83 said...

Josh lived in Germany for 15 years (his parents are missionaries) anyway, that's pretty cool

esteban said...

i dont want to take away anonymous because i believe some people want thier viewpoints & oppinions to be left in the shadows. which is completely understandable. i would rather daily check for spam than rip people off of that right.

Elizabeth said...

There's a scuplture and objects of functional art (SOFA) exhibit coming to New York June 1-4, 2006, and Chicago Navy Pier October 28-30, 2005, i think you'll like it you seem like someone who'd appreciate that kinda stuff and it's going to be pretty amazing sofaexpo.com
hope you check it out

servant said...

Hey Stephen, you can stop the spam and still allow anonymous comments by turning on word verification where people have to type in the letters they see.

I had the same problem but still wanted to allow anonymous comments. I haven't had as many comments though since I decided to focus on faith and walking with God more. I was talking politics for a while and that stirred a few people up.

Could be a good idea using word verification, I noticed a spam message advertising porn here a little while ago.

Enjoying your blog and looking foward to seeing Anberlin perform here in New Zealand when you head this way early next year. I'm an announcer for the radio station that sponsors the event.

Lianne said...

Yeeah that's cool you found out about her! A few months ago I saw her photographs in a magazine here and I've loved her work ever since. She has a very own 'handwriting' - a very own, unique style which is always a good thing.

Anonymous said...

i went, i saw, and i froze.

i mean, i love them! -megumi