October 30, 2012

Long Range

Filed under: exhibits — mas @ 6:49 pm

I will be exhibiting work at The Phipps in just a little over 2 years from now. I’ll keep you updated.

October 25, 2012

New Work: Flags

Filed under: Americana,Collector Prints,Flags,Work in Progress — mas @ 1:48 pm

Here is a new piece from a very old project. Flags started in the Fall of 2001 when I noticed all the additional US flags flying on and stuck to everything. With new perspective, I am revisiting that project.


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Catalog #120907205

August 28, 2012

Upcoming Book

Filed under: publishing — mas @ 10:18 pm

This is the first photo in my new book, edited by Marianne Fulton and designed by Betsy Dollar. In addition, author, Janet Burroway, has offered to write an essay on cities for the book. The book will have 49 black and white photos We’re still working on a name, but, so far, we’re looking at Urban Seen and City Seen.

August 23, 2012

Time Off:Gasworks

Filed under: Collector Prints,Time Off — mas @ 1:09 am

Seattle

Catalog No. 120805177

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August 13, 2012

Time Off: The Kite II

Filed under: Collector Prints,Time Off,Work in Progress — mas @ 6:25 pm

Catalog #120803094

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August 9, 2012

Time Off: The Kite I

Filed under: Time Off,Work in Progress — mas @ 3:24 pm

Catalog No. 120803065

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July 27, 2012

Time Off: Lady in Stripes

Filed under: Collector Prints,Time Off,Work in Progress — mas @ 7:48 pm

Catalog No. 120721004

Does it make a difference if I made this photo especially to fit into “Time Off,” or if I just saw something I thought would make an interesting photo? You decide. Comment below.

July 20, 2012

Time Off: Hey Big Boy

Filed under: Americana,Collector Prints,Time Off,Work in Progress — mas @ 5:27 pm

Catalog No. 120528024


Minneapolis, 2012

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July 17, 2012

Twin Cities Musicians

Filed under: Collector Prints,Musicians — mas @ 7:01 pm

Dean Granros

Catalog No. 100519017

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July 16, 2012

Visual Literacy: Intentional Fallacy

In looking for parallels between photography and other types of art, I find a photo to be most equivalent to a poem. The elements of the photo would be the words in the poem. It’s a simple comparison that brings up a complicated issue; why are readers of poems responsible for their own understanding of the work, while photographers are responsible for providing viewers with captions as well as statements of intent?

If photos were inherently more abstract than poems, there might be a reason for helping the viewer along, but since the written word is many levels further removed from reality than a photo, the question is still on the table.

In addition, the matter of intention is completely set on its ear. With poetry, readers, especially critics commit the intentional fallacy of trying to psychoanalyze the artist through his work, while with photography the curators and editors want the artist to psychoanalyze herself through her work. In either case, the intentional fallacy is being committed.

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