[Writer and philosopher, b. 1925, Paris, d. 1995, Paris.]
Images exist; things themselves are images... Images constantly act on and react to one another, produce and consume. There is no difference between images, things and movement...
[Writer, b. 1938, Baltimore, Maryland, lives in Westport, Connecticut.]
She glances at the photo, and the pilot light of memory flickers in her eyes.
[Photographer, b. 1933, Oak Park, Illinois, lives in New York.]
I’ve had the privilege of being an outsider allowed on the inside, searching for beauty, meaning and myself.
Philip K. Dick
[Writer, b. 1928, Chicago, Illinois, d. 1982, Santa Ana, California.]
When do I see a photograph, when a reflection?
[Artist, b. 1797, Paris, d. 1856, Paris.]
From today painting is dead. (Attributed, 1839)
[Artist, b. 1887, Blainville, France, d. 1968, Neilly-sur-Seine, France.]
It’s the viewer that makes the work.
[Photographer, b. 1943, Le Havre, France, lives in New York.]
Fashion is the opposite of the real, its worst enemy. Fashion photography is subversive; it makes you believe everything is true, whereas this could not be more false. It is the opposite of a mirror, a deformation.
[Photographer, b. 1854, Lowestoft, England, d. 1930, Antibes, France.]
...given a subject with really strong poetic possibilities in it, sharpness and detail will go a long way to render it commonplace. (1889)