LEE FRIEDLANDER

Emmet Gowin, Lee Friedlander and Harry Callahan: “The Model Wife” (2001)‘Like a One Eyed Cat’, Lee Friedlander – Out of the CoolLuis Baylón Madrid en plataicontent TV – “Lee Friedlander” (2012)Lee Friedlander: “An Exemplary Modern Photographer (excerpt)” (1975)Lee Friedlander Puts Your Selfies to ShameKenneth Graves: Dropping In, Tuning Out of the Home Front

LARRY SULTAN

Larry Sultan on Ambiguity and Refraining from Narrative that is ‘Too Well Formed’Walter Keller: Beruf: Verleger. A TributeEvidence – Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel (1977)Roswell Angier on Larry Sultan ‘Pictures from Home’

KEIZO KITAJIMA

A leading figure in the rise of Japanese photography in the 1970s and 1980s, Kitajima (b .1954, Suzaka, Nagano) first came to be known for his grainy black-and-white shots of people on the streets of Tokyo, at an American military base in Okinawa after the end of the Vietnam War, and in New York. Daido Moriyama, with whom Kitajima first studied photography, praised his talent as a gifted snapshooter by calling him ‘a street killer in broad daylight.’

JOHN GOSSAGE

Regina Anzenberger Gstettn, Bread And FlowersThomas Weski: Interview With Cooper Blade2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography BooksLand’s End: Trauma is a Strange AttractorA Conversation with Tim CarpenterPeter Piller: Unheimlich As Above…A Conversation Between Robert Morat and Matteo Di GiovanniAn Interview with John Gossage: Nothing and the Politics of Nothing (2015)John Maclean: [...]

JOEL STERNFELD

2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography BooksA Conversation Between Robert Morat and Matteo Di Giovanni

JOEL MEYEROWITZ

Joel Meyerowitz @ KUNST HAUS WIEN (2015)Joel Meyerowitz On Frank, Winogrand and the Sixties (1987)Joel Meyerowitz – “Photographer” (1982)

JIM GOLDBERG

Donovan Wylie & Jim Goldberg: Candy & A Good and Spacious Land InterviewJim Goldberg Follows a Stranger (2014)Bill Henson – Sic TransitInterview with Jim Goldberg for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize (2011)