"I was especially interested in the ideas of modernisation and particularly the belief that we have developed in a linear fashion - always going to something better."
“My work in the landscape is ultimately about human culture, not about nature. I always think of landscape as historical, or historicized; as not existing outside of history.”
"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."
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s, 'Seascapes' is a meditation on time examined through repetition and constancy...
Noémie Goudal’s magical realism and our language of decay.
There are almost no humans in Wender’s photos. I almost forget there’s a human behind the camera in a way that would never happen with other road trip photographers.
"I never had any profound loyalty to the idea of photography as a medium but simply as the most efficient way of making or recording an image."
"The New Topographics has to some extent had the effect of ‘steamrollering’ people into believing that the American model was the progenitor of lots of current photographic approaches."
“Todd Hido’s large color photographs of suburbia are lonely, forlorn, mysterious… and strangely comforting. Hido photographs the interior rooms of repossessed tract homes, and the outsides of similar houses at
from Summer Nights Walking, 1976-1982 @ Robert Adams “By definition art is not propaganda; the goal is not to excite people to action but to help them find a sense
A clutter-filled studio is a route to creativity, says photographer Mark Ruwedel. From his home in Long Beach, California, Mark Ruwedel, shows us around his studio and talks about why
Todd Hido: House Hunting Presented in the Pier 24 Photography exhibition HERE. May 23, 2011 – January 31, 2012 Todd Hido’s color photographs of domestic landscapes reflect the artist’s interest