© Ralph Gibson The framing in this one

© Ralph Gibson The framing in this one

Ralph Gibson Mono | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Ralph Gibson Mono | Photography Now | Scoop.it

Ralph Gibson, The somnambulist (1970). When I look at photography, I love to imagine I'm there. Like... seeing the same lighting. It's so relaxing.

Ralph Gibson, The somnambulist (1970). When I look at photography, I love to imagine I'm there. Like... seeing the same lighting. It's so relaxing.

RALPH GIBSON - love his work, especially the #Somnambulist.

RALPH GIBSON - love his work, especially the #Somnambulist.

Ralph Gibson  On Time

Ralph Gibson On Time

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Ralph Gibson - Duality I like the way it has captured a side of the face and that the eye really stands out on this photo and i think that why people always look at the photo just because of the quality In the photo and the eye.

Ralph Gibson - Duality I like the way it has captured a side of the face and that the eye really stands out on this photo and i think that why people always look at the photo just because of the quality In the photo and the eye.

ugh how creative, love the concept of only using parts of the body and not the whole

ugh how creative, love the concept of only using parts of the body and not the whole

1963-66 LA - Ralph Gibson. Wonder if I could try this with Dad and he's beloved Mustang

1963-66 LA - Ralph Gibson. Wonder if I could try this with Dad and he's beloved Mustang

Ralph Gibson came to my school this week. Such a inspiring man!    Ralph Gibson - Man in Smoke, The Somnambulist, 1970. S)

Ralph Gibson came to my school this week. Such a inspiring man! Ralph Gibson - Man in Smoke, The Somnambulist, 1970. S)

Ralph Gibson photograph

Ralph Gibson photograph

Chiaroscuro - Ralph Gibson

Chiaroscuro - Ralph Gibson

Ralph Gibson - Deja Vu, 1976    Gibson's compositions are often deliberately enigmatic. Subjects are cropped and the photographer is clearly interested in upsetting our conventional ways of seeing things. Here, a man carrying a white piece of wood (?) unconsciously echoes the white stripe of the road markings.

Ralph Gibson - Deja Vu, 1976 Gibson's compositions are often deliberately enigmatic. Subjects are cropped and the photographer is clearly interested in upsetting our conventional ways of seeing things. Here, a man carrying a white piece of wood (?) unconsciously echoes the white stripe of the road markings.

/ 1983-88 Haiku | Ralph Gibson

/ 1983-88 Haiku | Ralph Gibson

Ralph Gibson, the photographer who first inspired me to shoot B&W and to look at photography compositionally.

Ralph Gibson, the photographer who first inspired me to shoot B&W and to look at photography compositionally.

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