Blumberg's Daily Photographs

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Another interesting series in the collection is “Daily Photographs” from 1969-70. Blumberg simply photographed newspaper stories, focusing on political, social and commercial events regarding the Vietnam War. Those pictures are shows moving and patriotic moments. The photographer definitely shows in this work that he loves his country. The point of photographing newspapers was to consolidate those important moments, because information on newspapers most times is fleeting moments. People usually read it and the get rid of it, and by taking a photo of it the photographer capture the moment for longer.

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