Judy Fiskin Interviewed by John Divola

“For me, looking at small images somehow recreates the experience of looking through a viewfinder. When you are looking through a viewfinder of a thirty-five millimeter camera the scale disappears; you don’t know the size of the object you are looking at. It’s like receiving an image directly into your brain.”   Judy Fiskin Interviewed […]

INTERVIEW: “Oral History Interview with Imogen Cunningham – June 9th, 1975”

Oral history interview with Imogen Cunningham, 1975 June 9, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Interview with Imogen Cunningham Conducted by Paul J. Karlstrom and Louise Katzman At the Artist’s home in San Francisco, California June 9, 1975 The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with Imogen Cunningham on June […]

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 […]

INTERVIEW: “Dorothea Lange Interview” (May 22, 1964)

Dorothea Lange interview, 1964 May 22, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Interview with Dorothea Lange Conducted by Richard K. Doud In New York, New York May 22, 1964 Preface The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with Dorothea Lange on May 22, 1964. The interview took place in New […]

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 […]