“One often wrongfully compares photographs to paintings. This is nonsense. The image does not refer to painting but to something alive through which passes silence…” Lise Sarfati ‘On Hollywood’. Interview by François Adragna François Adragna: What is a photographic series? Lise Sarfati: It is a set of photographs which are linked to each other […]
William Reagh loved Los Angeles and he was faithful to her for 50 years.
ASX CHANNEL: ANTHONY HERNANDEZ (All images @ and Anthony Hernandez)
Imagine the difficulty of undertaking a portrait project with your own parents as subjects, in which the exercise of critical awareness, and compassion alike, become part of the collaborative enterprise. Excerpt from “Train Your Gaze: A Practical and Theoretical Introduction to Portrait Photography” (2006) By Roswell Angier Imagine the difficulty of undertaking a portrait project […]
No other artist today personifies the mood and attitude of Southern California like Anthony Kiedis. It’s a distinction he and The Red Hot Chili Peppers have earned for over two decades of music that’s shaped the contemporary sound of the West Coast. Like Ed Ruscha, Anthony Kiedis drew inspiration from Los Angeles and used words […]
Red Ronnie interviews the famous skateboarder & artist ED TEMPLETON in the exhibition he has at MAN Museum in Nuoro (Sardegna).
ASX CHANNEL: JOHN DIVOLA (All images @ John Divola)
Brad Elterman (American, b. 1956) is known for his photographs of the Hollywood rock’n’roll lifestyle, capturing such celebrities as Rod Steward, the Runaways, Bebe Buell, Kiss, Queen, and the Ramones, (All rights reserved. Images @ Brad Elterman.)
“It was in 1975, while driving along Laurel Canyon Boulevard, that Holland became aware of the young boys swooping and swirling along the drained pools.” By Margarita Nieto, originally published in ArtScene, February 2006 Wingless “Angels” hang from an infinitely blue firmament, their nubile bodies twist and crouch in mid-turn on the edges of […]
As part of the exhibition Car Fetish. I drive, therefore I am Museum Tinguely in Basel, Switzerland presents works from the Vector Portraits series of Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Bush. The Vector Portraits are photographs of people in their cars that Andrew Bush took while driving side by side at 50 to 70 mph in […]
“For me the word ‘photographer’ talks about the means of delivering certain kinds of information, feelings and such. If you’re consistently focused on the means of delivery, it means you’re not getting the message across very clearly.” – John Gossage Interview by Monte Packham Lewis Baltz and John Gossage depict man’s contentious impact on […]
from East Side Stories @ Joseph Rodriguez “I never picked up a camera until I was 20, when I came out of Rikers Island for the first time.” By Aaron Adler for ASX, March, 2011 Joseph Rodriguez’s New York accent is thick, very thick. However, the Brooklyn born photographer is a citizen of the world, […]