ASX.TV: Erik Kessels’ Eye (2014)

Photography: Mark Bakker Editor: Bart van den Broek Sound Recording: Erik Leek Soundmix: Hugo Dijkstal Production: Willemijn Cerutti Production VPRO: Karin Vermeulen Commissioning Editor VPRO: Barbara Truyen Producer: Frank van den Engel Written en Directed By: Simone de Vries © 2009 Zeppers Film en TV / VPRO This film was produced with support from Dutch […]

An Interview with Emma Wilcox – “Where it Falls” (2013)

Eminent Domain No. 3, 2006 Raphael Shammaa interviewed Emma Wilcox for ASX on April 15, 2013. The transcript is as follows. Raphael Shammaa: So I found that story fascinating about you getting an anonymous phone call about your building coming down where the gallery is and I was wondering, did you ever find out who […]

Interview with Ernesto Bazan (2012)

From Al Campo, Ernesto Bazan By Marlaine Glicksman A fish walks a man down the street. Or perhaps the man walks the fish. It isn’t clear. Both heads are being offered up—to the gods or the vultures, we do not know. Nor, as the picture’s photographer, Ernesto Bazan, has often stated, is it clear who […]

Robert Farber with Eddie Adams

  Robert Farber: I’m here in New York City with a great photographer, Eddie Adams. I first became familiar as many millions and millions of people did by Pulitzer Prize winning photograph that was taken in Vietnam of the Vietnamese Colonel executing a prisoner. That’s when I first started–how long did your career start before […]

An Interview with Edward Hopper, June 17, 1959

“I believe that the great painters with their intellect as master have attempted to force this unwilling medium of paint and canvas into a record of their emotions.”   Interview with Edward Hopper, Conducted by John Morse, June 17, 1959 The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with Edward Hopper […]

An Interview with Emmet Gowin (1998)

“I like to think that in order for any of us to really do anything new, we can’t know exactly what it is we are doing.”   By John Caponigro, December 1998 – January 1999 Born in 1941, Emmet Gowin grew up in southern Virginia. He began photographing in 1961, at the Richmond Professional Institute, […]

INTERVIEW: “Manufactured Landscapes: An Interview with Ed Burtynsky” (2006)

“Manufactured Landscapes”: An Interview with Ed Burtynsky John K. Grande : What made you decide to start your photo lab, Toronto Image Works? Ed Burtynsky : When I graduated from Ryerson Polytechnic, there was no access to professional darkrooms in Toronto. After four years of working at home in the basement, I realized how inefficient […]