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”I go to places and I have the belief that if I can photograph well, the places will educate me to things I do not know about them."
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"I did suffer under the Soviet system; I didn’t really want to fight but was fed up with the system. Everything was red, red and red. When I was taking pictures I was always scared."
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Knowing that she was about to die, my aunt said that she would have less regret about leaving this world if she knew she could still send letters. There was a certain burden of hearing the small metal chain swing against the glass casing of the light bulb’s pulsating dissonance. Clink, clink, the third click …
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To say they are “Wet Boys” like the corpse of my high school friend Tony Skifton, seems apt. Wet in the sense that the visceral cocoons; the plasma that surrounds their image through process of  deterioration is complimentary to that of the tornado or cyclone found on opposing pages. Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, September 2015 I …
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It was autumn, 1996 that I received a letter from Henri Cartier-Bresson urging me to visit Paris. January 13, 1997 - the day I paid my first visit to Cartier-Bresson - proved to be freezingly cold.
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At its base, 'Un Universe Pequeno' seeks to convey, in visual terms, that of a similarity to speech. This is where the base of communication meets that of the expression of the visual.
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“I agree that London and Amsterdam are significant players – along with Paris – within the European photography scene. I feel that right now Amsterdam and London are edgier though than Paris – in the way they engage with photography presenting on the whole a less canonical approach to the medium.” An Interview With Brett …
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“The images are far more erotic than most porno photographs…” By Anton Corbijn, for Tate, May 2010 I had not been aware of Kohei Yoshiyuki’s work until I saw a review of his series The Park about two years ago, which was accompanied by a photograph that caught my eye immediately. The infrared grittiness appealed …
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 “I normally start with a rather specific set of ideas for images in mind; named set originates in sketches and research I normally engage in for some time, maybe months, before starting to even make or use photographic imagery.” Thomas Albdorf‘s main interest focuses on photography and sculpture – in particular, the intersection area between …
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This last was the way Bill Brandt tackled the job of photographing the famous. And though portraiture was never his first love (Brandt's most striking achievements came in the form of nudes, landscapes, and social documentary-style photographs), his idiosyncratic approach could be just as memorable as Beaton's.
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At the center of a career as photographer and filmmaker, and separating the two, Robert Frank produced The Americans. It came from the heart and from the mind: it was wrought from personal conviction and shaped by the accumulated knowledge of a career in photography.
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Founded in 2008, AMERICAN SUBURB X / ASX is an ever-growing archive and fiercely edited look at photography's always relevant past, dramatically shifting present and rapidly unfolding future. Our mission is to provide and provoke, to educate and titillate those who are obsessed with photography, its culture and all of its beautiful moving parts.