LEE FRIEDLANDER

Lee Friedlander: “Just Look At It” (2005)Luis Baylón Madrid en plataKenneth Graves: Dropping In, Tuning Out of the Home FrontLee Friedlander Fundación MAPFRELee Friedlander: “The New Cars 1964” (2011)icontent TV – “Lee Friedlander” (2012)Lee Friedlander: Photography and the Aesthetics of Abstract Painting (2012)

LARRY SULTAN

Evidence – Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel (1977)Walter Keller: Beruf: Verleger. A TributeLARRY SULTAN & MIKE MANDEL: “EVIDENCE”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

Beyond the Pandemonium of Nowness: Guido Guidi’s In SardegnaAn Interview with John Gossage: Nothing and the Politics of Nothing (2015)John Maclean: The Agony and Ecstasy of Artistic InfluenceA Conversation with Tim Carpenter2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography BooksAntónio Júlio Duarte: Against the Blackest of DaysJo Ractliffe: Under a State of EmergencyRegina [...]

JOEL STERNFELD

Understanding Guido Guidi: In Veneto and LunarioJoel Sternfeld – ‘American Prospects’ (2012)

JOEL MEYEROWITZ

Joel Meyerowitz On Frank, Winogrand and the Sixties (1987)Loops and Voids: A Perspective on Michael Schmidt’s Berlin Nach 1945Joel Meyerowitz @ KUNST HAUS WIEN (2015)

JIM GOLDBERG

Jim Goldberg Follows a Stranger (2014)Thiago Dezan When I Hear That Trumpet SoundBill Henson – Sic TransitDonovan Wylie & Jim Goldberg: Candy & A Good and Spacious Land Interview