I’m already missing my favorite writer on photography. If there’s anything that photography needs, it’s more people who can write with the passion, care and insight about the worlds found in photos that Swarkowski brought to his essays, which is to say nothing of his curatorial talent and foresight. In fact, I didn’t think there was strong, adventurous, risk-taking writing about photography until I found his essay(s) on Winogrand. And when I read them, I wondered why anyone else would try…
More, when I’m stateside and near an RSS reader. A few mentions of him elsewhere on 2point8.
For StartersWays of Working, a 10-step introduction to the ins-and-outs of street photography with only nine steps. Or, look at Resources & Discussions.
- New Winogrand Restrospective 2013-2015
- Chuck Patch Discovers Winogrand’s 1964 Worlds’ Fair Women at Boston Museum of Fine Arts
- A JPG Transcript of Jacques Derrida on Photography and Not Being Photographed
- Same Same But Different
- “Street Photography Now” Fails to Cite Sources
- Winogrand/Papageorge MIT Transcription
- Street Photography Now (printer’s proof)
- Reconsidering Winogrand
- Does Haiti’s Crisis Call for a New Photojournalism?
- Context for Papageorge “American Sports” Outtakes in HBO Documentary