For less than $15, anybody can buy a disposable camera, take 24 shots and pay someone to develop them in an hour. Instant art. It's understandable why some people refuse to consider color photography as a serious art form. It's the "works on paper" version of marking a piece of construction paper with a crayon. Even William Eggleston, now known as the father of color photography, faced the dismissal of color photos as fine visual art. In a review of Eggleston's 1976 exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, for which MOMA's photography department curator John Szarkowski labeled... More >>>