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Month: October, 2016

Contracts and the Freelance Isn’t Free Act.

Just last week the Freelance Isn’t Free Act passed here in NYC which certainly is a step towards helping those who are freelance gain some leverage in getting payments that they are owed.  I want to spend just a minute to think about a part of it, which is the language in the bill that states […]

William Eggleston signs “The Democratic Forest, Selected Works.”

  William Eggleston, perhaps the founder of modern color photography (“perhaps” as I’ll leave a little space for argument) signed a new Steidl publication, “The Democratic Forest, Selected Works.“ at the Strand book store.  Dapper Bill was gloveless and quiet, but the the room of perhaps seventy-five people snaked throughout the rare book room were electrified […]

Tuba.

Duane Michals protests Trump.

Sometimes you just have to get it out of your system, and Duane was passionate about going to Trump Towers to get the message out.  Interesting spontaneous discourse as that are of NYC offers a lot of visitors from around the country and Europe.  A few nut jobs, and one gay photographer for Trump (truth!) […]

Sacha Lecca – a night out!

Had a great night out with photographer and Rolling Stone photo editor, Sacha Lecca.  I’ve know him for years but this was the most time we had spent together – he’s the type where you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t say he’s an incredibly nice guy.  Sacha’s out most nights, even after […]

Arthur Tress “Boy in the TV”

Glad to get a print of this before the edition is gone for good.  Having been a child of the seventies, this one resonates with me – the cabinet TV, the architecture, the kid finding his own imaginary fun outside.  It’s all analog. The Guardian wrote a nice piece about this photo, talking to Arthur about […]