The images remind me of the bulk of 70’s American photography. There is a bit of Arbus, Friedlander, Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, Bill Owens.
“Many photographers focus on capturing their loved ones, but it is difficult to give such portraits a universal dimension so as to be interesting to a larger audience than the
A Young Man in Curlers at Home on West 20th Street (N.Y.C. 1966) Arbus uses a strong flash to create a high-contrast photograph in “A Young Man in Curlers at
And If, 1992 enamel on aluminum 52 x 36 in. (135 X 90 cm. First and foremost, Christopher Wool is a painter and when it comes to the discourse on
"If you want to have sex we should do it now and kind of quick, because my boyfriend is out in the parking lot..."
“This is what we did. How did it happen? How could we?" - Dorothea Lange
"These photographs are clearly fixed facts of the real world impartially recorded by the camera, but they are something more as well."
"This work is about something else, something more abstract. The function of the desert and Salton Sea in Lago is more psychological than political. " - Ron Jude
“We know that the Negro artist does have a problem, you see. He has a problem far beyond that of the white artist, speaking generally. We know this. So we
Silk-screening makes repetition part of the meaning of the image. Even one silk-screened print is felt as a repetition, and Warhol repeats these images until repetition is magnified into a