Irving Penn: The best multicultural photography: II

In this series of posts on great multicultural photography, I must confess to a deliberate, simple editorial decision - I use the word multicultural to simply mean subjects that are not Western European or white Anglo-American. All other cultures, ethnicities and traditions have been included. 

However, I have not viewed photographers through the same lens as their photography. These images have been shot by great photographers from around the world. There are French and Chinese photographers, Indians and Italians, Americans and Brazilians - all that matters to me is that their eyes saw the wealth we have been blessed with. All copyright belongs to the artists/owners of the copyrights themselves.

Ladies and gentlemen, Irving Penn.

Irving Penn

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1 comment :

MyGrahak said...

Multicultural? Hmmm. The concept of the blog as well as content of the blog is as much multi-faceted as any multicultural atmosphere. Really, when cultures collide, there is a burst of colors and emotions. And to capture those in photography, in one frame is more than just clicking. The photographs here are just mind blowing. They are colorful, amazingly shot and highly captures the mind. Sometimes creativity is the best way to get closer to GOD. And as they say creative people are the most closest to GOD. I can now understand, why.

Divya Bhaskar

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