“I remember thinking that it’s important to put cars in photographs because they are like time seeds. And I learned this from looking at Evans.” By Noah Sheldon and Roger White Noah Sheldon: I heard a lecture once where you said that when you teach, you try to think about how you felt when […]
Produced & Directed by Brian O’Connell. Written by Nancy Fremont and Brian O’Connell. Associate Produced by Nancy Fremont. Cinematography by Ben Shapiro. Editing by Jed Parker. Series Associate Produced by Dana Kirchoff. Series Production Assistant Matt Chao. Series Produced by Gail Levin. Series Executive Produced by Susan Lacy. ASX CHANNEL: EDWARD HOPPER
Helen Levitt (August 31, 1913 – March 29, 2009) was an American photographer. She was particularly noted for “street photography” around New York City, and has been called “the most celebrated and least known photographer of her time.” ASX ARTIST CHANNEL: HELEN LEVITT (All images @ and courtesy of Helen Levitt Estate)
Documentary from Imagine series, with Alan Yentob.
Doug Rickard: A New American Picture Presented in the Pier 24 Photography exhibition HERE. May 23rd – December 16th, 2011 Utilizing the comprehensive image archive Google Street View for his series A New American Picture, photographer Doug Rickard virtually drives the unseen and overlooked roads of America, to find bleak places that are forgotten, economically […]
The second half of the interview with photographer Stephen Shore. Stephen talks in detail about his wonderful compositional style and explains how his techniques have changed as he experimented with new equipment. ASX CHANNEL: STEPHEN SHORE
An interview shot on location at the Armory Show in New York with acclaimed photographer Stephen Shore. Stephen discusses his formative years working closely with Andy Warhol at The Factory and the New York art scene before he began the epic journey that introduced colour photography to the art world. ASX CHANNEL: STEPHEN SHORE
Intermission, 1963 “I believe that the great painters with their intellect as master have attempted to force this unwilling medium of paint and canvas into a record of their emotions.” Interview with Edward Hopper, Conducted by John Morse, June 17, 1959 The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with […]
The Exhibition “William Eggleston: Paris-Kyoto” is on view at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo until August 22, 2010. http://www.haramuseum.or.jp http://www.art-it.asia/u/HaraMuseum
“In the late Sixties Eggleston turned to the use of color transparency film and photographed prolifically. William Eggleston: Introduction to Ancient and Modern By Mark Holborn William Eggleston was driving with the writer Stanley Booth from Georgia to Tennessee. It was 1978 and Eggleston had acquired an early Kodak instant camera. He started to photograph […]
From Eggleston in the Real World.
“There are four simple words on the matter, which must be whispered: Color photography is vulgar.” So spoke no less an expert then the revered giant of the form, Walker Evans in 1969. Though it might surprise some, Evans was speaking for most of the art world when he delivered his snobbish indictment. Seven years […]