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Adam Curtis: “We don't read newspapers because the journalism is so boring”

MATTE: Vince Aletti, “Something Soulful”

An Evening with Nan Goldin and Vince Aletti: Remembering Peter Hujar. On January 8th, Fraenkel Gallery hosted a dialogue about the work of P...

Joan Fontcuberta - Wait a minute... | LensCulture

▶ Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank (2005) - YouTube

Tom Griggs | City of Eternal SpringAnd a nice website to explore - e-photo review.

Jim Estrin: How Lens Blog Selects Photo Projects

Interview with Jessica Auer- women in the landscape

B: Q & A with David Lykes Keenan

How I Collect: Maria Arena Bell on Being an Art Patron, and MOCA's Future on The TV producer, MoCA philanthropist, and art collector talks about what's next for the revolutionizing Los Angeles art scene.

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features... | The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs win Foam Paul Huf Award 2013

Approaching Whiteness by Rinko Kawauchi

Cristina de Middel's presentation - Widephoto on Vimeo

The Picture Collection Taryn Simon John Berggruen Gallery 228 Grant Ave., San Francisco, CA 94108 January 16, 2013 - March 2, 2013

The interview: Dirk Braeckman - The Word Magazine

Alec Soth – Summer Nights at the Dollar Tree by Aperture Foundation. Alec Soth encountered Robert Adams’s 1985 monograph Summer Nights as a young photographer, and the book was, in his words, a “gateway drug” to the “harder stuff” in Adams’s body of work. When asked to participate in Aperture Remix, an exhibition for which artists were commissioned to create new work in response to Aperture publications that were influential in their artistic development, Soth chose Summer Nights.