Type Archive: Interview
Michael Young’s work in his ‘Hidden Glances’ series is a visual exploration of his past and present. The viewer literally, and metaphorically, is viewing overlapping layers of time and identity placed into a single new plane of existence. What if we all could fold time and reflect upon who we were and who we’ve become?
F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Vanni Pandolfi: I can’t explain why. It was a magnetic encounter. It all began when as a child I found a disposable plastic film camera as a gift with a box of chocolate.
F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Sunik Kim: I started photography later than others. I grew up interested in car racing rather than art. So I had spent a lot of time on the racing track in my early
Amanda Musick’s Land Unfolding work is highlighted as F-Stop Magazine’s featured artist in the Landscape issue of Oct/Nov 2021. Her work examines the natural environment and the ways in which a photograph can function to represent place. Musick departs from historically traditional representation of landforms and scenes; both real or imagined. She explores this dichotomy
Made in Hollywood: All Access with the Go-Go’s by Gina Schock is a beautifully designed photo book which features essays from each member of The Go-Go’s, along with 1980s pop culture icons Kate Pierson, Jodie Foster, Dave Stewart, Martha Quinn and Paul Reubens (aka Pee-Wee Herman). In her poignant foreword, the Go-Go’s bass player, Kathy
Erika Morillo is a freelance artist and educator based in New York City, who was born and raised in the Dominican Republic. She uses photography as a way to explore and understand her family dynamics and the social environment she inhabits. Her work focuses on the issues of family, the finding of identity, and exploring
The latest book by Eugene Richards, the day I was born, tells the stories of six men and women who are living out their lives in the memory-laden Mississippi Delta of Arkansas. The photographs were made in and around Earle, Arkansas. The six people are: Joseph Perry, Jr., Stacy Abram, Jackie Greer, Lovell Davis,
F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography in general and documentary projects specifically?
Ciro Battiloro: I’ve always felt the need to find a way to express myself. Before starting to photograph I was playing bass in a band. Then I discovered the works of Koudelka, Eugene Richards, Mary Ellen Mark… and everything started.
F-Stop Magazine: The current issue of F-Stop Magazine includes images from your project Temple of the Self, can you tell us about this project? What led to this work? Lauren Noelle Oliver: Temple of the Self began as an exploration of the human form interacting with light, space and nature but has slowly evolved into
Aaron Turner is an Arkansas based artist and educator. He uses photography to pursue personal stories of people of color, in two main areas of the U.S., the Arkansas and Mississippi Deltas. Aaron also uses the view camera to create still life studies on race, history, blackness as material, and the role of the Black
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