Photographile

Photographile

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World famous photographs and their a-thousand-words-worth stories.

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Busy Streets
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A look at the Times Square, a prison in Central Asia and the Laleli Mosque.
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Early Experiments
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Early experiments of photographic techniques Arnold Genthe's early 20th century New Orleans, Toni Frissell's underwater fashion shoot during World War II.
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Travel Photography
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Niagara River, the ancient city of Myanmar and Egypt with its eye-catching architecture...
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Stories of a Face
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Hunting portraits of breaker boys in Woodward Coal Mines, and racism in Mississippi through the lens of legendary photographer Dorothea Lange.
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The Public and the Private
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G. Eric & Edith Matson take on rapidly developing Ankara, while Walker Evans turns his camera to an uneventful Alabama kitchen.
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The Boy at the Doorstep
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We see a young boy ready to make his way to the street by Gordon Parks, a prominent photographer known for drawing attention to the social conditions of African Americans.
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At the Spectacle
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The goat carts park in front of a Coney Island theme park, while an elderly woman and a young man bid adieu in Grand Central Station.
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Liminal Spaces
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We first visit a square in New York, followed by a temple in Egypt, and then witness a sandstorm in Texas.
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Bridge Between
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In this episode, we visit three bridges: One is the literal bridge of Brooklyn, while the other two are symbolic bridges of craftsmanship and fame.
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Southern Side
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We are greeted by the children of Southern Chicago on an Easter morning, and then shift our focus to the Niagara Fall and Cairo.
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Early in the Morning
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The morning rhythm of three cities -New York, Philadelphia and Beirut- through photographs.
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Passersby
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In this episode, we follow the traces of the past in Belgium, New York and Sultanahmet.
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Juvenescence
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We witness the various stages of youth from America to Dagestan in the early 20th century.

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