Joan Fontcuberta – “The Photography of Nature / The Nature of Photography” (2014)

from Sputnik, 1997 @ Joan Fontcuberta By Charlie Tatum, for ASX, March 2014 Though Catalan photographer Joan Fontcuberta (b. 1955, Barcelona) is far from a household name, his receipt of the 2013 Hasselblad Award seems more than fitting. Following the success of Massimiliano Gioni’s Encylopedic Palace, Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos, and a resurgence of interest […]

David Campany’s ‘Gasoline’ and the American Temple

It embodies Campany’s belief, “that photographs don’t have meanings: they have potential for meaning. It’s a question of how they’re used.” Or rather how we decide to see them. THE AMERICAN TEMPLE By Vladimir Gintoff for ASX, October 2013 History often reveals itself in unexpected places. Take Salt, Mark Kurlansky’s non-fiction opus on how a […]

An Interview with Antonio Xoubanova (2013)

Interview with Antonio Xoubanova By Cristina Izquierdo, for ASX, August 2013 Antonio Xoubanova (Madrid, 1977) is a Spanish photographer author of Casa de Campo, a book published by Mack in 2012. “Someone was here, somebody did this. Stuff happens here”, Luis Lopez Navarro. Casa de Campo is a photographic fairy tale full of symbols based […]

ASX.TV: Paul Graham – “Pittsburgh” (2010)

Paul Graham’s work belongs to the tradition of social documentary photography. He developed an innovate artistic work whose view is directed uncompromisingly at social reality. For whitetube.de he speaks about one single series called PITTSBURGH which is exibited in a big show of Grahams work: ASX CHANNEL: PAUL GRAHAM

Paul Graham: “A Shimmer of Possibility” (2009)

New Orleans (Woman Eating), 2004 Collectively, the Shimmer books describe a chronicle of American experience circa 2004–2006, and the world presented, by and large, is a world of isolated figures, near-anonymous strangers moving past one another without much connection. By Michael Almereyda Arranged on a shelf, or stacked flat, the twelve slender books comprising Paul […]

An Interview with Paul Graham

“I have no problem with that. I don’t want to feign being intimate with somebody I meet 5 minutes ago.”   Interview with Richard Woodward, New York City, June 2007 RW: Let’s start with this new book, which is actually a series of books, and work backwards. How did the project originate? PG: Well, my […]