“I went down there and saw all these little paintings of landscapes, houses, little beautiful scenes. The light on that picture is from reflections of cars going underneath the freeway. The whole roll was faint, faint, faint. And then there was the clown. There are so many places like this, it goes on forever.” On […]
Vista Del Mar, 1995 By Doug Rickard Palm trees, baking sunshine and the beckoning call of Vista Del Mar (1995). The Hollywood glitz is gone, the water has dried up and the baking cracks of a barren road call out to the viewer that hope and dreams are just a mirage. The blazing sun is […]
See how Henry Wessel’s work has become an important part of photographic history. Original air date: July 2007.
Henry Wessel discusses his exhibition “Vintage Photographs” at Pace/MacGill Gallery.