Posted by PDNAdmin on Friday February 16, 2018 | By Matt Payne
Here's a nicely thought out struggle for those having existential anxiety regarding the authenticity of their photographs due to how they choose and to what extent they manipulate them in the computer.
The topic that constantly causes me the most inner turmoil, the most mental energy, and the most controversy online is the topic of artistic composites and unrealistic post-processing. - Matt Payne
Louisiana, a favorite place of mine, has not be one of my focal points of landscape painting. This article has brought it to my attention, with some interest, and will endeavor to visit the New Orleans Museum of Art in the future - check out the link to the exhibit at the bottom of the page.
As Zachary Fine states, "The recent exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art, “Inventing Acadia: Painting and Place in Louisiana,” is the first in nearly thirty years to attempt a survey of nineteenth-century Louisiana landscape painting, and the first ever to place the tradition within wider national and international currents of art. "
New York Review of Books Swampland Sublime: The Landscapes of Louisian
“Inventing Acadia: Painting and Place in Louisiana” was at the New Orleans Museum of Art from November 16, 2019, through January 26, 2020.
Issue 199 of ON LANDSCAPE is now available. As usual this issue provides interesting bits on landscape photography. You can read online or download a pdf of the issue.