Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001 A Space Odyssey’ Lobby CardsLolita by Stanley Kubrick (1962)Jurgen Teller & Harmony Korine William Eggleston 414
Alec Soth is an American photographer, based in Minneapolis. Soth makes “large-scale American projects” featuring the midwestern United States. New York Times art critic Hilarie M. Sheets wrote that he has made a “photographic career out of finding chemistry with strangers” and photographs “loners and dreamers”.
Evocations of the Everyday: The Street Pictures of Jeff Wall (2009)Martin Kollar: The Post-Soviet Cinematic DetailSergio Purtell: Love’s Labour Review by Zak DimitrovJeff Wall at Kunsthaus Bregenz (2014)
Barbara Kruger is an American conceptual artist and collagist. Most of her work consists of black-and-white photographs, overlaid with declarative captions, stated in white-on-red Futura Bold Oblique or Helvetica Ultra Condensed text.
Shelby Lee Adams – ‘The Napier’s Living Room’ (1989)Interview with Shelby Lee Adams (2010)William Gedney Journal Entry – “Quoting Alfred Stieglitz” (1969)Shelby Lee Adams: “Portraits”
An Interview with Antoine d’Agata: ‘A Simple Desire to Exist’ (2014)Antoine d’Agata – “Anticorps” (2012)Antoine d’Agata – “Anticorps” (2013)Antoine d’Agata: Your Dishonesty is the Codex for My Vitriol
Edward Hopper – “Picturing America” (2011)Splendor without Diminishment: On Vancouver Photography
Martin Parr – ‘Photography is a Form of Therapy’ | TateShots (2017)Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘2017’ at Tate ModernBrad Feuerhelm: Photography Class of 2016?Photography Class of 2017 – Kittens, Rainbows and Unicorn Supplement
Carlo Mollino’s Erotic Photography at Gagosian Gallery (2014)
Danny Lyon is an American photographer and filmmaker. All of Lyon’s publications work in the style of photographic New Journalism, meaning that the photographer has become immersed in with, and is a participant of, the documented subject. He is the founding member of the publishing group Bleak Beauty.
Ai Weiwei Interview: Our Judgement is Crippled (2019)
Bill Brandt was a British photographer and photojournalist. Although born in Germany, Brandt moved to England, where he became known for his images of British society for such magazine as Lilliput and Picture Post, later he made distorted nudes, portraits of famous artists and landscapes.