Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Hunted or Gathered #3

Early postcards predated the widespread availability of cameras for tourists. In the absence of tourist snapshots, it was up to a postcard to sum up – in a single image – a location… Continue reading

Tohby Riddle on Top Shelf

For those who missed the live broadcast of Tohby Riddle on Books and Arts Daily’s segment Top Shelf on Radio National, it can be listened to here. In this segment Tohby Riddle talks… Continue reading

Open Spaces Dinner Speech

  Tohby Riddle will be talking about his latest work, Unforgotten, at a dinner the Hughendon Hotel in Woollahra, Sydney, on Thursday 25 October 2012. The event is the opening night of the… Continue reading

Hunted or Gathered #2

This evocative autochrome photo by experimental photographer Heinrich Kuhn (1866–1944), titled Miss Mary and Edeltrude at the Hill Crest (circa 1910), demonstrates a malleability of the photographic process that anticipates Photoshop. Making the artwork… Continue reading