Sigur Rós – Varúð Sigur Rós ‘Valtari’ Mystery Film Experiment: Varúð by Ryan McGinley Taken from the “valtari mystery film experiment”
“If you look at photos of my teenagers, beauty was a very important thing, not only for the obvious reason, but I found that the girls were so open in expressing themselves to the camera.” By Tim Murphy, Newsday Long Island, NY, 2010 Why did you start photographing at Jones Beach? JS: There were a […]
Photographer and professional skateboarder Ed Templeton uses his Leica M6 to capture images of skateboarding life. In this portrait, he gives us a clearer picture of his views on life, photography, Leicas, and the nature of his creative quest.
Dash Snow originally started taking photos when he was a teenager. Using Polaroids as a diaristic record of the many ‘nights before’ he couldn’t remember, his snapshots piece together a fragmented portrait of Nihilistic existence. ASX CHANNEL: DASH SNOW (All rights reserved. Images @ the Estate of Dash Snow)
The cover photograph of Larry Clark’s book ‘Teenage Lust’ is a gorgeously lit rectangle of boy/girl flesh on the seat of a car, her hand around his penis, his hand at her crotch, their tongues touching. By Ellen Wallenstein, Spot Magazine, Fall 1985 The cover photograph of Larry Clark’s book Teenage Lust is […]
Red Ronnie interviews the famous skateboarder & artist ED TEMPLETON in the exhibition he has at MAN Museum in Nuoro (Sardegna).
ASX CHANNEL: LARRY CLARK (All images @ Larry Clark)
Frezno (All rights reserved. Images @ Tony Stamolis)
Untitled (from Tulsa), 1971 Death is More Perfect Than Life: Larry Clark By Jill Conner, Afterimage, May-June, 2005 The conformity that saturated American society in the postwar 1950s created unreal expectations among the population due to the media’s use of advertisements and television shows to portray an orderly lifestyle full of hope and promise within […]
“It was in 1975, while driving along Laurel Canyon Boulevard, that Holland became aware of the young boys swooping and swirling along the drained pools.” By Margarita Nieto, originally published in ArtScene, February 2006 Wingless “Angels” hang from an infinitely blue firmament, their nubile bodies twist and crouch in mid-turn on the edges of […]