GARRY WINOGRAND

Garry Winogrand is Interviewed by Bill Moyers (1982)InterviewsASX.TV: Garry Winogrand – “Garry Winogrand”ASX.TVStreet PhotographyThe Animals and Their Keepers: Garry Winogrand and Photography After September 11thEssaysHighlightsStreet Photography“Standing on the Corner – Reflections Upon Garry Winogrand’s Photographic Gaze – Mirror of Self or World? Pt. I” (1991)EssaysMastersStreet PhotographyGarry Winogrand, Public Eye (1981)Artist Short ListEssaysStreet PhotographyCoffee and Workprints [...]

ED TEMPLETON

ASX.TV: Ed Templeton – “Interview with Red Ronnie” (2011)ASX.TVED TEMPLETON: “Deformer” (2008)Reviews

ED RUSCHA

Ed Ruscha – “TateShots” (2013)ASX.TVPaintingShape of Light: One Hundred Years of ZombietudeArtReviewsJohn Maclean: The Agony and Ecstasy of Artistic InfluenceInterviewsEd Ruscha: “One-Way Street” (2005)EssaysPaintingPeter Piller: Unheimlich As Above…ReviewsEd Ruscha – “On Artists’ Books” (2004)ASX.TVTiane Doan Na Champassak: Interview Brad Feuerhelm & The Ghost of Rudolf SteinerInterviewsEd Ruscha – Buildings and Words (2017)PaintingLos Angeles Plays Itself: [...]

DIANE ARBUS

On Lisette ModelEssaysMastersStreet PhotographySurface Tensions: Judith Butler on Diane Arbus (2004)EssaysDIANE ARBUS: “Where Diane Arbus Went” (2005)EssaysDiane Arbus MoMA Exhibition Wall Label Text (1972)ExhibitionsMastersRoger Ballen & Didi Bozzini: The Home as TombReviewsDiane Arbus – “Jack Dracula on Diane Arbus” (2008)MastersNotes from the Margin of Spoiled Identity – The Art of Diane Arbus (1988)Artist Short ListEssaysMastersDiane [...]

DAVID LACHAPELLE

David LaChapelle on Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and ‘The Dark Ages’InterviewsDavid LaChapelle – “The Americans”Galleries

DAIDO MORIYAMA

ASX.TV: Daido Moriyama – “Printing Show” (2012)ASX.TVASX.TV: Daido Moriyama – “Shinjuku, Tokyo” (2000)ASX.TVStreet Photography‘Daido Tokyo’ at Fondation Cartier (2016)ReviewsDaido Moriyama: “Tights and Lips”GalleriesForever Lost in Transit: Piotr Zbierski @ UnseenInterviewsWilliam Klein’s Tokyo PopHighlightsReviewsDaido Moriyama – “The Silk Screen Workshop” (2012)ASX.TVExhibitionsASX.TV: Daido Moriyama – “Compact Camera”ASX.TVStreet PhotographyASX.TV: Daido Moriyama – “PRINTING SHOW – TKY” (2011)ASX.TVDaido Moriyama [...]

CINDY SHERMAN

CINDY SHERMAN: “Untitled Film Stills” (1977-1980)GalleriesHighlightsMastersPhotographyPaul Graham – ‘The Unreasonable Apple’ (2010)EssaysHighlights

BRUCE GILDEN

Bruce Gilden – “Gangster Types and Tough Guys” (2010)ASX.TVASX.TV Street PhotographyASX.TV: Bruce Gilden – “Everybody Street” (2011)ASX.TVDocumentaryAn Interview with Bruce Gilden – Spontaneity, Elegance and Being YourselfDocumentaryHighlightsInterviewsMagnum PhotographersNew York CityBruce Gilden – “Detroit: The Troubled City” (2009)ArchitectureASX.TV Street PhotographyASX.TV: Bruce Gilden – “Head On” (2011)ASX.TVDocumentaryMagnum Photographers

Andreas Gursky – ‘From a World’s Spirit’s Eye View’ (2007)

As soon as the technique is available, Gursky proceeds to the digital manipulation of the image. By Stefan Beyst INTRODUCTION After the big retrospective in the MoMA 2001, a new big show in the Munich ‘Haus der Kunst’ is dedicated to the photographer whose ’99 cent II Diptychon’ (1999) has recently been auctioned at Sotheby’s […]

Larry Clark: “Death is More Perfect Than Life” (2005)

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 […]

‘Like a One Eyed Cat’, Lee Friedlander – Out of the Cool

Haverstraw, New York, 1966 Friedlander is a photographer, never forget. Although a major photographic artist, he is not an ‘artist utilising photography.’ He uses the camera, that unthinking machine, to transcribe his visual perceptions of the world. Out of the Cool – Lee Friedlander at the V&A By Gerry Badger, from Creative Camera (1991) ‘That […]

Class Time with Garry Winogrand (1974 – 1976)

  By O.C. Garza The years were 1974, 1975 and 1976. Step back to those years in what was the active, peaceful city of Austin, Texas. The city is nestled hard against the banks of the Colorado River that knives through central Texas. This state governmental seat was changing as it always has and always […]