Fink’s fate was to be aligned with the Beats because of his propensity for drugs, anger, and poetry.
In the midst of the NY and LA premieres of “Finding Vivian Maier,” John Maloof discusses the film on The Leonard Lopate Show.
Late Getty photojournalist, Chris Hondros, is remembered through his powerful images.
Late photojournalist Chris Hondros’ images from Afghanistan and Liberia presented in VICE.
Women with tattoos in the new millennium.
NY-based New Zealand decorator, Sandra Nunnerley produces her “Big Book.”
Dolores “gives Vollmann one more way to say that his own world is what he can make it.”
“this book makes you want to rediscover your childhood hoop”
A trove of images from the heyday of an iconic venue.
Girls in the Windows “pays homage to a rich body of work.”
NYT praises Laundromat: ‘Good Looking, And Worth Reading, Too.’
The Wall Street Journal features Vivian Maier: Self-Portraits
The Book of Dolores in The New York Times
William T. Vollmann in Newsweek
Girls in the Widows in Vanity Fair
Caffè Lena featured in People!
There But Not featured in Architectural Digest.
The New York Times calls Caffè Lena an exhaustively researched record of a folk music heaven.
Vivian Maier: Self-Portraits in The New York Times
Four powerHouse Titles Featured in American Photo!
John Maloof and Elizabeth Avedon discuss Vivian Maier, the prolific and ever evasive artist.
The New York Observer describes The Book Of Dolores as filled with tools of fiction.
The Wall Street Journal’s take on Kodachrome Memory.
New York Daily News review of Dealers.