Catch Prager Written by 63mago Time for a new catch of the week. Another photographer, Alex Prager. She actually has an exhibition in L.A. – enjoy. Advertisements ShareClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) 11 thoughts on “Catch Prager” Hey, great find. Thanks. I love those staged photo like little movie stills. Similarities to the artist Gregory Crewdson. Fantastic. I love the retro feel. I’d like to go see the exhibition this weekend, want to come? Oh yeah, I don’t have 2 cents to rub together…they took away my private jet. Damn. De nada, XL. I will look for Mr. Crewdson, Leah. Is this an artificial name – crude son? Sixties seem to be en vogue. Let’s just go to L.A. Roses and have a look. And do not be sad, it’s just a tin can with an engine. dramatic work, that. Austere – yes: Drama! These ladies all look as if they just fired a major gun at some one or some thing. MJ – feed? It’s early in the morning and you need that Kaffe intravenös 🙂 Crewdson had an exhibition in Hannover 2005 and various other shows, in the Hasselblad centre too – list here, and there. I like the Hasselblad, and of course the Leica. Today I was windowshopping in the city and looked at used analogue “Spiegelreflexkameras” (eng.), which are sold in a well sorted photographic shop for well under 100 Euro – machines one would have to pay more than 1.000 or double some years ago. It is possible to buy a good mechanical slr-camera with a set of lenses for arcitecture and landscape for well under 200 Euro! Even Mittelformat should be possible. I would not want too much electronics with it.Man, a Leica … Wow. Who said photography can’t be art? (Not me!) Wahrscheinlich ein Kunstmaler des 19ten Jahrhunderts … Reminds me of early Cindy Sherman. Really like them; very clever.Sx Very interesting. Comments are closed.