Two great articles in the NY Times

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The NYTimes has two great photography related articles:

  • Years Later, Lawsuit Seeks to Recreate a Wedding: A man who married in 2003 is suing a photographer, citing omissions and demanding the re-creation of his wedding, even though the marriage ended in divorce.
  • 15 Years That Changed Photography: Sixty years ago this week, the Photo League fell victim to Cold War witch hunts and blacklists, closing its doors after 15 intense years of trailblazing – and sometimes hell-raising – documentary photography. From unabashedly leftist roots, the group influenced a generation of photographers who transformed the documentary tradition, elevating it to heady aesthetic heights.

Makes me happy to have a digital subscription. Now if they'd only cover more of the OWS protests!


I like that article that talks about man want to re-creation of his wedding though it end on a divorce very odd. However I think the guy is still in love with his wife or it can be for souvenir and memories purposes. What you think?


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