"In my opinion, the devastating confusion that capitalism wreaks upon the coherence of memory and history renders almost all imagery, and in particular, photography, as bearer of the uncanny."
"(Nadav Kander) has made images of divination from a callous disregard of human life."
Wonderland Park, 1958 @ The Estate of Julius Shulman “Now the point is in those days, out of $179 income, photography equipment was minimal, the kind I used. Photography film
@ Lewis Bush Dear London, when your children are consumed and little grey men pretend to offer a sense of community, I will be far away praying that your streets
Meriden, 1991 “To be an artist in 1974-75 interested in conceptual art, there was a tremendous amount of freedom in the early 1970’s.” James Welling. Enthralled by the possibilities. A
Landscape #3 (Doheny Drive), 1996, from Landscapes The Drive to Describe: An Interview with Catherine Opie Originally published in Art Journal, Summer, 2001 by Maura Reilly Catherine Opie is a
Artist Ed Ruscha’s fascination with the vernacular architecture of Los Angeles began over fifty years ago and continues to this day. In the 1960s, Ruscha started documenting the building facades
Architectural photographer Julius Shulman (1910-2009) reflects on the growth and evolution of Los Angeles over eight decades. He discusses his photographic techniques and offers an eyewitness account of the myriad
Kommingen, 2007 Gerry Johansson “Deutschland” at Swedish Photography, 2013 By Sören Schuhmacher, ASX Germany, April 2013 In 1993 and 2005 to 2012 Gerry Johansson drove through the German countryside, visiting
Oxford American – SoLost: The Beauty of a Broken Silo Renowned photographers Walker Evans and William Christenberry have found great beauty in Hale County, Alabama; they made some of their
Manufacturer’s Trust Company, Fifth Avenue, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York, NY, 1954 “Beyond Architecture” at Yossi Milo. By Raphael Shammaa, ASX NYC, February 2013 The Ezra Stoller exhibit “Beyond