Posts Tagged ‘William Eggleston’

Photographers Could Get Royalties on Auction Sales Under Proposed Federal Bill

Posted by on Monday March 17, 2014 | Business, Copyright/Legal, Fine Art

Few things are as frustrating to photographers as selling a print for a few thousand dollars–or less–then watching collectors reap huge profits by re-selling those same prints at auction years later for tens of thousands of dollars–or even more. Two US Senators and a US Congressional representative have introduced a bill to cut visual artists... More

Sundance Film Festival New Frontier Program Highlights Photography

Posted by on Thursday January 16, 2014 | Events

Photography’s influence on contemporary art and society, and its use in multimedia storytelling, are on display this year at the Sundance Film Festival in the New Frontier program, which emphasizes “transmedia” storytelling. The film festival founded by Robert Redford, which opens today in Park City, Utah, and runs through January 26, is celebrating its 30th... More

Eggleston to Photo Community: Don’t Bother Me

Posted by on Tuesday April 23, 2013 | Fine Art, Fun

Reclusive photographer William Eggleston has deigned to take a few written questions from photographers, curators, and fans, and the questions, along with his responses, were published yesterday in British newspaper The Independent. Among those who posed questions were Martin Parr, Nina Berman, Alec Soth, Jason Evans, Tate Modern photo curator Simon Baker, and Brett Rogers,... More