By
Cecilia Díaz Betz

Today we are more and more accustomed to seeing photographs and sharing them through social networks, especially Facebook. But let’s face it—we love all this gossiping. However, we can be more elegant about it by looking at things like this book by Artists Unframed.

Jackson Pollock, Marcel Duchamp, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Alexander Calder, Jasper Johns and David Hockney, among others

This edition features collects unpublished photographs of prominent and influential artists such as Jackson Pollock, Marcel Duchamp, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Alexander Calder, Jasper Johns and David Hockney, among others. More than 100 snapshots belonging to the Smithsonian Archives of American Art that tell us about the most intimate, domestic and natural part of the lives of these artists, depicting them as normal people. This archive is also great proof of what the golden age of instant photography was, which began in 1900 with the advent of the legendary Eastman Kodak Brownie camera, a before and after in photography. Artists Unframed is in the words of editor Merry A. Foresta “is really meant to be a small book about small pictures of these incredible lives.” Get yourhere for about 22 €.