Dan Graham
[Artist, critic, and theorist, b. 1942, Urbana, Illinois, lives in New York.]

 A [spatial, temporal] work had only to be exhibited in a gallery and then written about and reproduced as a photograph in an art magazine. Then this record of the no longer extant installation, along with accretions of information after the fact, became the basis for its fame, and to a large extent its economic value. 

Guido Guidi
[Photographer, b. 1941, Cesena, Italy, lives in Ravenna, Italy.]

 The further away one moves from the center, the less power one senses. I seemed to have more freedom working at the margins. 

Bruce Gilden
[Photographer, b. 1946, Brooklyn, New York, lives in New York.]

 If you can smell the street by looking at the photo, it’s a street photograph. 

Peter Galassi
[Curator and writer, b. 1951, Washington, D.C., lives in New York.]

 Photography was not a bastard left by science on the doorstep of art, but a legitimate child of the Western pictorial tradition. 

Flor Garduño
[Photographer, b. 1957, Mexico City, lives in Stabio, Switzerland.]

 Each picture... is a small legend about beauty, sex, wonder, and women’s intimate lives. 

George, Gilbert
[Artist, b. 1942, Devon, England, lives in London.]
[Artist, b. 1943, Dolomites, Italy, lives in London.]

 We show the dark side a pleasant character. A person of whom not one would speak unkindly. But here in the shadowy photographic angle the forms show definition of luck and concealed are movements of qualities of flesh and person. 

Mark Getty
[Oil fortune heir, photo stock entrepreneur, b. 1960, Rome, lives in Buckinghamshire, Tuscany, and London.]

 Intellectual property is the oil of the twenty-first century. 

Jean-Luc Godard
[Filmmaker, b. 1930, Paris, lives in Rolle, Switzerland.]

 The invention of photography. For whom? Against whom?