William Eggleston can’t actually separate himself from his “South”. The “South” is embedded into him so deeply that it has become something of a stamp or a mark. By Doug
“I think of them as parts of a novel I’m doing.” By Walter Hopps, essay from The Hasselblad Award, 1998 These were the first words William Eggleston uttered when I
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In 1973, photographer William Eggleston picked up a Sony PortaPak and took to documenting the soul of Memphis and New Orleans. EXPLORE ALL WILLIAM EGGLESTON ON ASX Connect to the
The Exhibition “William Eggleston: Paris-Kyoto” is on view at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo until August 22, 2010. http://www.haramuseum.or.jp http://www.art-it.asia/u/HaraMuseum
from Ancient and Modern “In the late Sixties Eggleston turned to the use of color transparency film and photographed prolifically. William Eggleston: Introduction to Ancient and Modern By Mark Holborn
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This candid interview with photographer William Eggleston was conducted by film director Michael Almereyda on the occasion of the opening of Eggleston’s retrospective William Eggleston: Democratic Camera, Photographs and Video,
“There are four simple words on the matter, which must be whispered: Color photography is vulgar.” So spoke no less an expert then the revered giant of the form, Walker
Looking at Eggleston’s Before Color pictures, newly reborn, requires an odd energy of de-colorization. By Tim Davis For years, Tod Papageorge, the head of the Photography Department at the Yale
Baseball Cards, New York, 1955 Review of William Klein’s New York, Originally published in Image Magazine, Journal of Photography of the George Eastman House, September, 1957 By Minor White NEW YORK