Elliott Erwitt. Rudolf Nureyev and Choreographer, 1963
Ali. 2013. Viviane Sassen, from the extraordinary new book, Pikin Slee.
Cross-dissolves in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master (2012)
"The form of his pictures is so perfect for the conflicting voices, the mayhem going on: the rich, the poor, the homeless broken people, the beautiful women in miniskirts, the famous people, the casual passersby—you believe everything’s there. His energy and artistry were so extraordinary you almost begin to wonder if he did not bend the moment to his will. Which, in a way, he did. I wonder if he knew how wonderful that was, how profound. I hope he knew.”
– Paul Graham on Winogrand retrospective at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Read the fully article here in The New Yorker.
Cross dissolves in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood (2007)
The Josef Koudelka retrospective - “Nationality Doubtful” - at the Art Institute of Chicago is fantastic and humbling. Five decades of an evolving genius on display.
Gjon Mili, Multiple exposure portrait of Francoise Gilot, mistress of artist Pablo Picasso, Vallauris, France, 1949
Krzysztof Kieślowski photographed by Piotr Jaxa during the making of the Three Colors trilogy.
Mike Smith. Piney Flats, TN. 2007
Angela Strassheim. Untitled (Girls in Pick Up). 2006