Insight (black and white photograph)

Ghost

June 3, 2022 Paul Politis 3

ghost (gōst) n. 1. the soul of a dead person, a disembodied spirit imagined, usually as a vague, shadowy or evanescent form, as wandering among […]

Untitled (black and white photograph)

Surveillance

December 8, 2021 Paul Politis 2

  I didn’t even see the guy in the far left corner watching me until I looked at the photo later on my computer. I […]

Yo (colour photograph)

On camera

July 5, 2021 Paul Politis 0

The other day, I picked up my copy of Art & Fear and started reading at a random page. It’s one of those books where […]

Insight (black and white photograph)

Mirrors and Windows

January 4, 2021 Paul Politis 0

Recently I’ve been thinking about John Szarkowski‘s idea of photographs as either windows or mirrors. It’s interesting to think of one’s own work and the […]

Self Reflection (black and white photograph)

The neurotic

July 12, 2020 Paul Politis 0

“The perpetual hesitation of the neurotic to launch out into life is readily explained by his desire to stand aside so as not to get […]

Untitled (black and white photograph)

I’ll make my own sandwiches

October 17, 2018 Paul Politis 0

“Sands Point, Port Washington, was a prosperous, upper-middle-class community. The ethnic boy from the city [Cassavetes] was uncomfortable there. The town’s conservatism was alien and […]