We have conducted a series of discussions with many of the contemporary photographers that we represent. They are original interviews that cannot be found anywhere else. Photographers’ motivations and personal insights can increase the viewer’s appreciation of their work, so it is our pleasure to share these with you!

Tom Baril, Echinacea

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Tom Baril

Discover the captivating journey of photographer Tom Baril through an insightful interview. From his early fascination with photography to his role as Robert Mapplethorpe’s printer, Baril’s story unveils a rich tapestry of artistic evolution. Delve into his transition from urban landscapes to still lifes, his mastery of pinhole photography, and his exploration of alternative processes like wet plate collodion printing. Experience Baril’s contemporary vision intertwined with references to photography’s modernist roots, offering viewers a unique perspective on fleeting beauty, the fragility of nature, and the passage of time.

Barry Salzman, What Was And Will Be, Rutsiro District, Rwanda

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Barry Salzman

Delve into the profound journey of Barry Salzman, whose upbringing in apartheid-era South Africa ignited his passion for photography as a tool for social commentary. From documenting inequality to exploring abstract representations of trauma, Salzman’s work navigates complex socio-political issues with a blend of creativity and academic rigor. Discover the transformative power of art in confronting humanity’s darkest moments and envisioning a path towards healing and hope.

Aurelio Amendola, Giuliano De Medici, Michelangelo, Cappelle Medicee, Firenze, 1992, Silver Gelatin Photograph

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Aurelio Amendola

Embark on a journey through the captivating world of sculpture photography with Aurelio Amendola. Explore his unique approach to capturing the essence of masterpieces, from Michelangelo to Canova, and delve into the intricate process behind each photograph. Experience the interplay of light and shadow, revealing the soul of sculptures and the artists behind them, in a mesmerizing display of artistry and emotion.

Xan Padron, Time Lapse. Hell’s Kitchen, NYC

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Xan Padron

Embark on a journey through the bustling streets of global metropolises with Xan Padron’s Time Lapse series. Discover the evolution of his street photography, influenced by iconic photographers like Cartier-Bresson and the rhythm of his past life as a professional musician. Explore the sociological depth of his work, capturing the essence of urban life in mesmerizing compositions that reveal the collective identity of the places he portrays.

Francesca Piqueras, Movimento 6, Chine

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Francesca Piqueras

Explore the intricate relationship between humanity and nature through the lens of Francesca Piqueras in this insightful interview. Delve into her exploration of environmental themes and the transformative power of man’s interaction with the landscape. Discover how her work navigates the delicate balance between aesthetic pursuit and political commentary, inviting viewers to contemplate the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Ken Browar and Deborah Ory

Embark on a captivating journey into the world of photography with Ken Browar and Deborah Ory as they share their unique partnership and artistic vision. From their beginnings to their innovative approach in capturing dancers and fashion, delve into their inspiring story and the creative process behind their stunning imagery. Discover how their work has influenced the dance community and their exciting plans for the future.

Yuval Yairi Ochre Room

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Yuval Yairi

Explore Yuval Yairi’s captivating journey through his interview, where he unveils the intricate fusion of biography, memory, and politics in his thought-provoking photography. Delve into his autobiographical works, such as “The Savoy” and “Surveyor,” where personal narratives intertwine with historical events, inviting viewers to ponder the nuanced layers of meaning within his meticulously crafted compositions.

Stephen Wilkes, Blue Lagoon, Iceland, Day to Night, 2019

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Stephen Wilkes

Stephen Wilkes discusses his photography journey, drawing inspiration from pioneers like Muybridge and Mili while innovating with new technology. His “Day to Night” series melds art and science, capturing the passage of time in iconic locations worldwide. Wilkes’s work aims to evoke visceral experiences, connecting viewers to collective memories and highlighting social and environmental concerns. Through collaborations with publications like TIME and National Geographic, his images have become cultural touchstones, while his latest focus on endangered species signals a new chapter in his artistic evolution.

Nick Brandt, Road to Factory with Zebra

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Nick Brandt

Nick Brandt discusses his transition from black and white to color photography, emphasizing the necessity of each medium for his projects. His latest series, “This Empty World,” addresses the encroachment of humanity on nature, using large-scale installations to evoke the presence of animals in their vanishing habitats. Brandt’s commitment to capturing real-life scenarios without digital manipulation adds emotional resonance to his work, which aims to raise awareness about the urgent need for environmental conservation amidst rapid development in Africa and beyond.