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XX Век в черно-белых фотографиях

Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 02:15 + в цитатник
Часть 6
другие фотографии

Фотографии из архива BBC, на которых изображены наиболее весомые, по мнению авторов-фотографов, события 20 века. Большинство этих фотографий являются своего рода символами прошедшей эпохи. Не одно поколение фоторепортеров было воспитано на этих кадрах, которые можно смело считать шедеврами мировой фотографии.


Клипарт от Corbis - XX Century in Black and White Photos BBC
К сожалению, английским языком я владею с большой натяжкой, поэтому, комментарии к фотографиям переводить не стала, т.к. есть исторические кадры и чтоб не допустить ошибку, и не ввести вас в заблуждение :)


Man with Frozen Mustache | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 1992 | Siberia, Russia



Woman Walking a Cow Past a Park Statue | photographer Shepard Sherbell | May 1992 | Near Dushanbe, Tajikistan | Original caption: May 1992. A roadside scene near Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Many rural Soviets treat the family cow as a pet, albeit a productive and valuable one.


Hill of Crosses near St. Teresa Church | photographer Shepard Sherbell | March 1991 |Vilnius, USSR


Boy and Worshipers at Chapel of St. Casimir | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 1991 | Vilnius, USSR | Original caption: February 1991. At the Royal Chapel of St. Casimir, Vilnius, Lithuania. The adults are praying at the catafalque of St. Casimir.



Newlyweds Having Their Picture Taken | photographer Shepard Sherbell | September 1992 | Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island, Russia | Original caption: September 1992. A wedding party in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island, Russian Pacific. Everybody's already drunk, including the driver. It is the custom for newlyweds, after a cheerful but subdued ceremony in the Wedding Palace (an otherwise normal government office, but cleaner and freshly painted), to find the highest point in town, survey the panorama, and toast the bride. From here, they drive to the local Great Patriotic War monument, where the bride respectfully lays her bouquet at the Eternal Flame. Then everyone goes to the wedding dinner, at a restaurant if they can afford it, a friend's apartment if they can't. While the whole sequence is fading in Moscow and other big cities, it continues everywhere else, the only variation being that in some cultures they always have the dinner at home. At the restaurant, there is noisy downing of vodka.


Silent Lunch at Labor Camp for Boys | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 1992 | Dimitrovgrad, Russia


Inmates at the Labor Camp for Girls | photographer Shepard Sherbell | December 1992 | Ligovo Village, Russia


Factory Worker at a Strict Regime Prison | photographer Shepard Sherbell | June 1991 | Oskemen, USSR


Miner Smiling | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 1992 | Donetsk, Ukraine


Miners Smoking at the Zhdanovskaya Coal Mine | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 1992 | Ukraine


Man Selling Cabbages from Motorcycle | photographer Shepard Sherbell | ca. August 1993 | Magnitogorsk, Russia


Soviet Awards Given for Meeting Factory Quotas | photographer Shepard Sherbell | December 1991 | Magnitogorsk, USSR | Original caption: December 1991. Awards given by the Party or factory management for quotas met or exceeded by the hot rolling mill. A retired technician here told me that all the exceeded quotas since 1935 were fictitious. Only the local Cheka (forerunner of the KGB) knew the true figures, and that was the ultimate closely held information.


Armenian Woman Sitting with Her Belongings | photographer Shepard Sherbell | May 1991 | Kubatlu, Azerbaijan | Original caption: May 1991. Kubatli, Azerbaijan. A sixty-eight-year-old Armenian widow expelled by Azerbaijani police from her home in Ngorno-Karabakh, the autonomous Armenian enclave inside Azerbaijan, to a field here. She and two hundred fellow villagers were transported without their belongings to refugee housing in Yerevan, the Armenian capital.


Man in Hot Spring in the Kuril Islands | photographer Shepard Sherbell | October 1992 | Near Kurilsk, Iturup Island


Older Couple at an Outdoor Market | photographer Shepard Sherbell | December 1991 | Moscow, USSR | An elderly couple just purchased the only goose in an outdoor market in Moscow, USSR.


Gianni Agnelli with His son Umberto on the "Capricia" | photographer James Andanson | July 1, 1977 | Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Alpes Maritimes Cote d'Azur, France | Gianni Agnelli, president of the Italian Fiat group and grandson of the founder, with his son Umberto Agnelli on summer vacation on their boat "Capricia".


Roald Amundsen in Polar Kit | Roald Amundsen in Polar Kit photo plate from The South Pole: An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1910-12.


Anita Bookner at Home | photographer Geray Sweeney | London, England, UK


Workers Dismantling Blast Furnace | photographer Shepard Sherbell | August 1993 | Magnitogorsk, Russia | Original caption: August 1993. In 1930, a young Margaret Bourke-White, on leave from Fortune magazine, photographed construction of the Komsomolskaya (Young Communist) Blast Furnace in Magnitogorsk. The symbolic heart of the steel mill, the furnace was built with the aid of an international brigade of idealists, including Americans. When the mill was completed in 1934, most of the brigadists went home. Some, including a few Americans, fell in love and married local Soviet girls. As their wives were refused permission to emigrate, most elected to stay and put down roots in the Urals. By 1936, Soviet life was crippled by paranoia, show trails, exile, and death by disappearance. The war followed; then suspicion and paranoia disfigured American public life as well. It was not until the 1980s that these idealistic, elderly men and women were granted exit visas to come to the USA.


Badfinger Performing for Television | photographer Shepard Sherbell | February 19, 1970 | London, England, UK | The rock band Badfinger performs at Granville Television Studios. Left to right: Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Mike Gibbins, Joey Molland.


Brassiere and Embroidered Corset | photographer Ben Dray | ca. 1990 | Nice, France


American Flag at Ground Zero | photographer Paul Colangelo | September 11, 2001 | Manhattan, New York, New York, USA | American flag stands amongst the twisted metal of the Twin Towers and wreckage after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.


Debris from Collapse of First Tower | photographer Jerry Arcieri | September 11, 2001 | Manhattan, New York, New York, USA


Painter Larry Rivers in His Studio | photographer Allen Ginsberg | July 7, 1985 | Southhampton, Long Island, New York, USA


Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat Holding Engagement Ring | photographer Allen Ginsberg | December 20, 1987 | New York, New York, USA


William S. Burroughs Reading Magazines | photographer Allen Ginsberg | May 28, 1991 | Lawrence, Kansas, USA


William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac on Sofa | photographer Allen Ginsberg | September-November 1953 | Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA | William Burroughs & Jack Kerouac - NYC Fall 1953; "But Jack I've told you over and over, if you continue your present pattern of living with your memere you'll be wound closer and closer in her apron strings till you're and old man..." William Burroughs as a Gideian sophisticate camping yakking at the all American Thomas Wolfean boy, Jack Kerouac thoughtfully listening to "the most intelligent man in America" for a funny second in the living room, 206 East 7th Street Fall 1953 Lower East Side New York, Iris Brodey's lost portrait of Jackson Mac Low with recorder on wall.


Larry Rivers Standing with Painting | photographer Allen Ginsberg | July 7, 1985 | Southampton, Long Island, New York, USA | Original caption: "Larry Rivers with his portrait of Poet John Ashbery's poem 'Pyrography' (1977), his studio Southhampton L.I. July 7, 1985. He worked out with weightlift instructor too that day, as well as new Styrofoam 3-D painting."


Troops Search Residents | photographer Paul Velasco | August 11, 1993 | Tokoza, South Africa | A resident of Tokoza is searched during operations by the SADF and the police to quell the violence there.


Nelson Mandela Speaking | photographer Paul Velasco | August 5, 1993 | East Rand, South Africa | Nelson Mandela speaks to East Rand residents during the upsurge of violence in the area.


Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941 by Ansel Adams | photographer Ansel Adams | October 31, 1941


Paul von Hindenburg | ca. 1930 | Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) was a German soldier, politician and President of the Weimar Republic between 1925 and 1934.


George Eastman | ca. 1930 | George Eastman (1854-1932), American inventor and industrialist with Kodak.


Ulm on the Danube | ca. 1895


Gustav Klimt Holding His Pet Cat | ca. 1910 | Vienna, Austria-Hungary | Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) with his pet cat, pictured in front of his studio in Wien-Josefstadt.


Leni Riefenstahl | 1935 | Berlin, Germany | The German actress, director, and photgrapher, who won the German film prize in 1934/1935 for Triumph of the Will, her film of the Nuremberg rallies.


Teaching the Nazi Salute | ca. 1935 | Germany | A German primary school teacher instructs children to use the "German greeting" (the Hitler salute) and the words "Heil Hitler".


Land Speed Record Attempt | October 28, 1937 | Germany | Rudolf Caracciola on the track attempts the record for the glory of Nazi Germany.


Coco Chanel Smoking Cigarette in Dressing Room | photographer Douglas Kirkland | July or August 1961 | Paris, France


Willie Nelson Performing | photographer Jay Dickman

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николай_макеев   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 03:00 (ссылка)
affinity4you,

The Bad photo. They Are Made for the reason us to humiliate. Such photo were done in America during Great Depression

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Ольга_Медведева   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 07:23 (ссылка)
Ха-ха! Этот иностранец (фотограф) подумал что та дама корову прогуливает по парку... И в комментах своих так и написал - мол домашний любимец приносящий пользу. Они к нам как в зоопарк приезжают, наверное еще и медведя хотят на улице встретить...
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affinity4you   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 09:09 (ссылка)
Ольга_Медведева, а комментарии по поводу наших свадеб? ТОже весьма забавный взгляд со стороны :))))
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affinity4you   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 09:14 (ссылка)
николай_макеев,
Not agree. The Photographies do not try us to humiliate. This glance photographer foreigner on our country. Many photographies are made in USSR.
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affinity4you   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 09:15 (ссылка)
Ольга_Медведева, кстати, тут не один фотограф... их тут много :)
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николай_макеев   обратиться по имени Вторник, 22 Сентября 2009 г. 10:19 (ссылка)
[QUOTE]Исходное сообщение affinity4you
николай_макеев ,

Not agree. The Photographies do not try us to humiliate. This glance photographer foreigner on
our country. Many photographies are

Completely agree with You
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Monro-Designs   обратиться по имени Среда, 23 Сентября 2009 г. 04:27 (ссылка)
Спасибо большое я очень ценю эти фото!!!!!
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affinity4you   обратиться по имени Среда, 23 Сентября 2009 г. 08:05 (ссылка)
MARGOLA, спасибо :)
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Essence_Approximated   обратиться по имени Среда, 23 Сентября 2009 г. 15:06 (ссылка)
Красивые фото.
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владимир_шафранов   обратиться по имени Среда, 23 Сентября 2009 г. 20:25 (ссылка)
спасибо.
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