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Kate Horgan
I help people make books with photographs in them. Member of
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Was it for this, etc.
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Calotypist Apr 22
Arlindo's Kiln (8x10" gold-borax toned salt print from calotype)
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Kate Horgan Apr 21
I do believe that's Blue Steel he's giving us.
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Kate Horgan Apr 21
WONDERFUL portraits of all kinds of interesting people. Go and see.
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Dennis Dinneen Apr 21
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Kate Horgan Apr 20
Replying to @kerriepoetry
And sleeves. Don't forget sleeves.
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Kate Horgan Apr 19
Eudora Welty's kitchen, photographed by William Eggleston
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Kate Horgan Apr 18
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♀ womens art Apr 17
Siouxsie Sioux, c.1980 by Sheila Rock, photographer who documented the UK punk scene
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Kate Horgan Apr 17
Still no slide projector tho.
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Kate Horgan Apr 17
Replying to @ccrichton
Indoor AFAIK. Think I had one that died 😐
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Kate Horgan Apr 17
hell: "left to should bad debts run up by the highly-leveraged sector after the bubble burst"
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Kate Horgan Apr 16
Replying to @jeannedesutun
Does he also talk about erbs?
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Kate Horgan Apr 16
Replying to @b_fitzsimons
Maybe they're Norwegian.
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Stephen Apr 15
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Kate Horgan Apr 15
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June Caldwell Apr 14
My good [and very talented] pal is publishing a gorgeous photography book later this month from , details below.
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Kate Horgan Apr 14
I used to know Liam O'Leary, as a young child my mum brought me and to visit him.
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JoanneCarroll Apr 14
Come hear me talk about and the Liam O'Leary Archive, a joint project with .There'll be lovely pictures!
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♀ womens art Apr 14
Artist Frida Kahlo (left) age 17, wearing a suit in a family portrait, 1924
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