Stephen Shore’s Unorthodox Photography Teaches Us To Celebrate The Everyday • Discoverology

Stephen Shore’s Unorthodox Photography Teaches Us To Celebrate The Everyday

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Though color film had already been used for decades, it was considered crass by the heavyweights of black-and-white photography and was most often used in advertising or by amateurs. Shore is often included in the cohort of artists that brought about the rise of color in the 70s, but not given credit for his prescience.

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