Conceptual Photography!, February 20, 2006
In contrast to a lot of American productions on art/artists, this stands
out for being tasteful, informational, and interesting. For relying on the
strength of the actual photographs, instead of irritating editing or
distractions related to the process or a heavy biography on the creator's
It's also willing to rely on the artist's narration of their own work, so
you'll get to hear them explain their thoughts in-depth and you'll view
their work entirely differently than if you'd just seen it in a book or a
The first few minutes will be boring if you
make quick judgments about their work, soon after though, you'll see the
depth of their interests and the way their mind operates. Plenty of reason
to pay attention!
You'll be turned out to a lot of new photographers, this is way better
than any modern photography book you can get your hands on.
Back to Contacts, Vol. 3: Conceptual Photography