“I’ll see a house and think, ‘But how is it going to add to my body of work?’ And that’s dangerous. A lot of times I just won’t take it.” By Justin Berton, February 1, 2006 From the outside, Todd Hido’s home looks perfectly normal. You might even pass it by without a second thought. […]
Loretta Lux: New Work (2004) Afterimage, March-April, 2004 by Jill Conner When the digital camera was introduced in the 1990s, it was predicted to displace the technique of modern photography as well as its practice. By translating light into codified data stored within a random access chip, digital technology radically changed processing habits. Photoshop […]
Legendary photographer Robert Heinecken describes the use of mass media in his work from 1963-1988. Originally recorded April 1988 at a conference of the Society of Photographic Educators in Phoenix Arizona.
Sir John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, 1875 – 1940. Governor General of Canada, 1937. Interview with Yousuf Karsh By Bob Bishop, June, 1988 Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh’s quest for the “perfect portrait” spans fifty years and illustrates the faces of the world’s most accomplished men and women. His detailed likenesses reveal what he calls the […]
Internationally acclaimed photographer Todd Hido has made a name for himself capturing unsettling images of the suburban landscape. Spark joins the artist at work as he cruises one of his favorite Bay Area neighborhoods in search of the perfect shot. Hido looks for the anonymous, even mysterious aspects of American life, recording buildings and landscapes […]
From its size to its content, Inferno feels like a cenotaph, a monument dedicated to the memory of the victims. These are not the victims of natural cataclysms, these are the victims of human greed for power, violence, stupidity, and of man’s destructive impulses. By Bruno Chalifour, originally published in Afterimage, May 1, 2004 “Even […]
６０年代〜７０年代の日本の写真集史について、ずっと写真のことを考えてきた写真家ホンマタカシさんを取材させて頂きました。 We had a chat with photographer Takashi Homma about Japanese photobooks from the 1960s & 70s.
“Let’s be honest. There is no such a thing as objectivity, and there is no action that is not in part driven by the subconscious, whether it be individual or collective.” On March 18, 1998, Gilles Peress participated in a chat with students of Gretchen Garlinghouse’s advanced photography class at College Preparatory School in […]