Lorna Simpson
[Artist, b. 1960, Brooklyn, New York, lives in New York.]

 I focus on details, either of the body, or of objects that represent gender, sexuality, and other themes. 

Michael Spano
[Photographer, b. 1949, Bronx, New York, lives in Brooklyn, New York.]

 All photographs are manipulated—reality doesn’t look like a photograph anyway. 

John Sexton
[Photographer, b. 1953, Maywood, California, lives in California.]

 The difference between RC-paper and fiber-based paper is the same as the difference between vinyl and leather. 

Doug and Mike Starn
[Artists, b. 1961, Absecon, New Jersey, live in Brooklyn, New York.]

 The only way for the creative mind to function is through anarchy. Art can’t flourish while bound to the concerns of previous generations. Photography, as a rule, has too many rules. 

Lord Snowdon (Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones)
[Earl and photographer, b. 1930, London, England, d. 2017, London.]

 If there is a good thing about photography, it is that it can be easily enjoyed. 

Taryn Simon
[Photographer, b. 1975, New York, lives in New York.]

 There are multiple truths attached to every image. 

Patti Smith
[Musician, artist, and writer, b. 1946, Chicago, Illinois, lives in Detroit and New York.]

 Robert [Mapplethorpe] was concerned with how to make the photograph, and I with how to be the photograph. 

Luc Sante
[Writer, b. 1954, Verviers, Belgium, lives in Ulster County, New York.]

 Unlike a bow and arrow, a camera by its nature ensures that some kind of target will always be hit, if not necessarily the intended target nor in the intended way.