INTERVIEW: “An Interview With Susan Sontag” (1975)

  An Interview With Susan Sontag Geoffrey Movius: In one of your recent essays on photography in The New York Review of Books, you write that “no work of imaginative literature can have the same authenticity as a document,” and that there is “a rancorous suspicion in America of anything that seems literary.” Do you […]

Dorothea Lange Interview (1964)

  “I got interested in the snapshots and I realized that at that time something that’s never left me, and that is, the great visual importance of what’s in people’s snapshots that they don’t know is there. I mean, what great photographs that there are in snapshots. I’d say that many great photographs are in […]

An Interview with Garry Winogrand (1981)

 Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1957   “I think that those kind of distinctions and lists of titles like “street photographer” are so stupid.”   From Visions and Images: American Photographers on Photography, Interviews with photographers by Barbara Diamonstein, 1981–1982, Rizoli: New York Garry Winogrand is one of the most important photographers at work in America today. His […]

INTERVIEW: "Harry M. Callahan Interview, February 13, 1975"

← Previous Page · 1 | 2 · Next Page → TAPE 1, SIDE B ROBERT BROWN: . . . you needed that. HARRY M. CALLAHAN: Yeah. ROBERT BROWN: The documentary experience he had? HARRY M. CALLAHAN: Yeah. Not that he wanted to do it anymore but he could teach it. He didn’t really want […]