Robert Heinecken (1931–2006) was an American artist who referred to himself as a "paraphotographer" because he so often made photographic images without a camera. He is today considered one of the most influential post-war American photographers and he worked across multiple mediums, including photography, sculpture, video, printmaking, and collage. Culling images from newspapers, magazines, pornography, and television, he recontextualized them through collage and assemblage, double-sided photograms, darkroom experimentation, and rephotography.
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Our regular readers will know that we have been publishing quotes from famous photographers every Friday. I am delighted to say that they are now available to purchase as posters or framed prints making an ideal addition to a photographers studio or shop, or as a gift for an amateur photographer. In addition, we can supply them as iPhone and Galaxy cases, greeting cards, or even printed on throw cushions.
To see all the options for that perfect gift, go to our Quotations Gallery and chose your favourite quote and turn it into the perfect gift for your favourite photographer (or yourself :-))