stefanie young

My place to filter the world - to put things that I like. Photos, articles, drawings, comic strips.. anything that takes my attention as I do my day.

As we were leaving the tobacconist’s I saw my friend carefully separating his money; in the left pocket of his waistcoat he slipped all the gold pieces; in the right, the silver; in his left trouser pocket he put a handful of pennies and finally in the right, after the most careful scrutiny, a…

February 17, 2014

anne arundel county, 2014
February 10, 2014

Milton Avery:  Three Vases (1949) via Sotheby’s
February 10, 2014
February 10, 2014
January 30, 2014

Julia Hetta
January 30, 2014

Tealia Ellis Ritter
January 30, 2014
January 27, 2014

Josef Sudek
Scene From the Window of My Atelier. 1940’s
November 18, 2013

James Jowers (American, 1939-2009) West 3rd Street, 1968, Gelatin silver print, Gift of the photographer, © George Eastman House
James Jowers interest in photography began while serving in the United States Army where he was trained in darkroom procedures. In 1965 he became a student at the New School and studied under Lisette Model, who later became a close friend and mentor. At this time he was living on the Lower East Side and worked as a night porter at St. Luke’s Hospital; leaving him free to explore the City during the day and photograph life as he encountered it on the streets. The photography collection at George Eastman House holds approx. 400 James Jowers prints. The majority of the images were shot in New York City in the 1960s and early 1970s, an important and interesting time in US history. The photographs are of the New York City street photography genre. There are some remarkable images in this collection, including portraits of New Yorkers in various settings and anti-war protests in Central Park and elsewhere. 
October 11, 2013

Mad Tea Party by Salvador Dalí. From his illustrated Alice in Wonderland. More images here.
October 11, 2013

nicholas nixon
September 11, 2013

Matt Connors
Reverse Telescopes With Inflected Baffles
September 12–October 5, 2013
Opening reception September 12, 6–8pm
September 11, 2013

Louis Eisner
September 11, 2013
August 31, 2013