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A moment's reflection is required. If you can't keep a dry eye looking at these, you know they're great portraits; and, we need them, to remind us.

"For the past 7 years on Remembrance Day I have been shooting portraits of veterans. The portraits are all shot in the same style, crop etc. I am aiming to keep shooting it for at least another 3 years. The project is based around the concept of The Unknown Soldier."

'They That Are Left', taken at The Cenotaph, London, Remembrance Day 2010.

All images © Brian David Stevens

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All images © Brian David Stevens

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Robert Rutoed is a prolific Austrian photographer and filmmaker. Prints from his project 'Less is More' are currently on view at the New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery in a group show titled 'WoRK', curated by our pal Andy Adams at FlakPhoto. Since I find myself craving work with a sense of humour, I'm happy to publish a small selection of Robert's photographs.

Robert has ecommerce nailed, so go take a look at some interesting limited edition book/print combo purchases available on the Rutoed website.

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All images © Robert Rutoed

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John announced a "merciless edit" of his blog. Upon visiting, I fell for this photo. Ahh, New York City.

© John Marshall Mantel


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Based in Helsingborg, Sweden, Martin Brink has an eye for the quiet, everyday moment, with work in simplistic categories such as 'Objects' and 'Mailboxes'. Here's just a small sample of what's available on his website. Martin's series 'The Daily Round' is also a book - check it out here.

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All images © Martin Brink

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Opening November 11th at Carrie Haddad Photographs, Hudson, NY is 'Ordinary Things. When artists make their private life public. What is it like living with a photographer?'

Featured is the work of specially talented Thatcher Keats whose first show with Haddad was 10 years ago. This is a great opportunity to buy a limited edition silver print by Thatcher at a great price; he is a collectible artist, is widely exhibited and also lectures on photography.

Go get one.

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© Thatcher Keats

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Every week, I volunteer for a New York-based charity, and I've met some lovely and fascinating people. Most of my colleagues seem to have an artistic bent and today I saw this fabulous photograph by one of the people I'm sometimes lucky to work with, young Felipe Vasquez. It was fun to work with Lark for a short period; now she's off at a different location so I miss her and I'm happy to see her here, looking fierce.  

Lark and Billy © Felipe Vasquez

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Monday, November 1, 2010
The Lighthouse, Chelsea Piers

Bids may be placed online for all auction lots starting Monday, October 18, 12:00 noon EST, and ending Monday, November 1, 12:00 noon EST. Absentee bids may be placed via fax at (212) 979-7759, or using the absentee bid form available online until Monday, November 1, 12:00 noon EST. Bids will be entered on behalf of absentee bidders at the event, up to the maximum amount specified on their forms. The highest bids at the close of the live and silent auctions are the winning bids. All proceeds benefit Aperture Foundation.

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My prolific pal Jiri Rezac put together a new gallery of his photographs of London taken in the wee hours over the past six years.

"As this city never sleeps, these pictures took several years to complete and involved two Christmas Days, many early mornings, all-night scouting trips and countless missed opportunities... It is the absence of life that makes these otherwise ordinary images into something special."

See more on his Empty London website.

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Heidi Lender is a "fashion-writer-turned-photographer from San Francisco". She's been busy since quitting the writing, spending six years part-time in India studying yoga, and now spending half her time in Northern California, half in Uruguay. 

Kumbh Mela is a mass pilgrimage where Hindus gather at the Ganges, and I just love this fun vibrant series from Heidi. Check out her other work, including the interesting self-portrait series 'Once Upon' - "Stand on a bench. Make sure it's Monday. Wear something pretty."

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Helena V contacted me about her simple but clever project The Museum of Messages. The images are organized into separate collections, such as Political, Scary and Loving Messages.

"The Museum of Messages, which began in 1999, are photographs of messages that people write in urban landscapes about the environment, love, politics, humor, fear, expression, loyalty and more. As an artist I think it is very important to document these visual voices because people are attempting to publicize their thoughts for others to read, think and learn. Since these words don't have a very long life span, because city crews clean up these expressions, I feel that it is my duty to document these words so I can exhibit and publish them for others to appreciate."
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All images New York City, 2008 © Helena V. Photo

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