Anthony Friedkin Corner

New York City

Reflections on New York Photography by Anthony Friedkin

Recently I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on the importance New York City has played in my own life as a photographer, and in a much larger and more significant way, the City’s contribution...

The Photography of Sebastiao Salgado

Sebastiao Salgado is a Brazilian-born photographer, who began his career as an economist. Today he is considered a living legend in the sphere of photography. He has committed himself to long-term projects, all of which...
Stephen Cohen

Interview with Stephen Cohen

Q. First, I would like to congratulate you on the fact your going into your nineteenth year with PHOTO LA-2010. That's a huge accomplishment; almost two decades now. What do you think is the...
David Fahey

Interview of David Fahey of the Fahey-Kline Gallery

David Fahey is considered one of the most respected photo dealers in the United States. He is the director and co-owner of the Fahey-Kline gallery located on La Brea avenue in Los Angeles. He...
JAMIE TRUEBLOOD

Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers Crew Call Review

I am excited about a wonderful exhibition currently on display at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills. The display honors individuals that are so often overlooked in our celebrity-driven...
Jimi Hendrix

In Memory of Jim Marshall

It is difficult to write about a friend who has recently passed on. That is especially true if the friend happened to have been an extraordinary photographer; one of the greatest ever. He is...
Gerd Ludwig

Interview with Photographer Gerd Ludwig

On April 26, 1986, the nuclear power plant at Chernobyl in Ukraine became the sight of the worst nuclear accident in history. Authorities waited 36 hours after the explosion to begin the evacuation of 336,000...
Douglas Kirkland

Interview with Douglas Kirkland by Anthony Friedkin

Douglas Kirkland is one of the most respected and celebrated photographers of the last fifty years. His career and the people he has photographed are legendary. At age twenty-four, Kirkland was hired as a...

Beauty Culture Exhibition at Annenberg Space for Photography

From photography's earliest beginnings the medium has abundantly explored the details of feminine beauty in a vibrant way. This exploration dates as far back as the Daguerreotype era, as early as 1835. Fast-forward through...
Robert Frank The Americans

Robert Frank’s The Americans Review

A powerful photograph can change our lives and help us better realize who we are and the world we live in. By defining and immortalizing a moment so indelibly and with great skill the...