"There nothing more boring than, lets say, a picture of a chair and everybody looking at it thinks, well, thats a chair."
Flies dancing in the light hovering above his eye, occasionally dropping to his occulus to suck at the seam of his eyelid; some sweet nectar from his unproven young tear
Jacob Holdt would hitchhike over 100,000 miles through virtually every region of the United States without much more than his thumb.
“It was logical for me to get off doing still photography after becoming a success at it. I think it would just become a repeat—I would repeat myself.” An interview with Robert
“California Freight” shot by Santiago Mostyn 2007. Patsy Cline’s “I Fall to Pieces cover by Kent Stanton. Mike Brodie and friends ride. Connect to the ASX world! Like us on
With these photographs, I have attempted to show a cross-section of the American population. My effort was to express it simply and without confusion. By Robert Frank, U.S. Camera Annual,
Sick of Goodby’s, Mabou, 1978, Robert Frank Paint dripping from a mirror like blood. I’m sick of goodbyes. By Lou Reed, originally published in Tate Magazine, Issue 2, Autumn, 2004 I
Northern California based photographer Doug Rickard brings a keen eye to Google street view. He’s creating images that reference documentary photography of the past, but push the medium forward in
Robert Frank in ‘Home Improvements’ Interview with photographer Robert Frank, Film Comment, August 1987 By Marlaine Glicksman “I’d like to make a film which would mingle the private aspects of
Amarillo, Texas, August, 1973 “I think it was simply the time was right for color photography. It was about the same time that William Eggleston, Luigi Ghirri, and Joel Meyerowitz
An Exclusive Interview with Robert Frank, Robert Frank’s Studio, New York, July 22, 2007
Doug Rickard: A New American Picture Presented in the Pier 24 Photography exhibition HERE. May 23rd – December 16th, 2011 Utilizing the comprehensive image archive Google Street View for his