- Too Much Chocolate posted a couple of interviews done recently by Shawn Records where he asks publishers/photographers Jason Fulford, Alec Soth and Richard Renaldi a few questions on getting their companies started and plans for the future. It’s a very good read and I would suggest checking them out here and here.
© Alec Soth
- The New York Times had an article last Friday on Alec Soth and his new project Black Line of Woods commissioned by The High Museum of Arts in Atlanta for the “Picturing the South” series. It was great to finally get some info on the project because he has been keeping it a secret for so long. There was one thing that I didn’t understand in the article though. The writer of the piece neglected to say anything about Yossi Milo Gallery and made it seem like it Alec went straight from the Whitney Biennial to being represented by Gagosian, seems they left out a pretty pivotal point in his career. Overall it was a very nice article though and I hope I can make a trip down to Atlanta to see the show after it opens on August 8th.
© Daniel Shea
- Daniel Shea was recently interviewed about his project Removing Mountains on the blog Photography For a Greener Planet.
© Malick Sidibé
- I recieved emails about two interesting new interviews that were recently posted. The first of wich is with Malick Sidibé and can be found here on Lens Culture and the other is the newest addition to Michael Werner’s Two Way Lens blog wich is a very interesting and insightful contribution by Terri Weifenbach and can be found here.