burn down the walls that say: you can’t.– Kathleen Hanna, *1968
Marilyn Silverstone / Magnum Photos / VIDEO “I went to India in 1959 for what was meant to be four months and I stayed for 14 years,” Marilyn Silverstone once said. Then, in 1977, Silverstone took another life-changing step: she gave up her career as photographer and became a Buddhist nun. Quote: “A photograph is a subjective impression. It is what the photographer sees....
Lise Sarfati / Magnum Photos / VIDEO “…within unfamiliar territory - both emotionally and physically - where the simplest of feelings become exalted and everything is lived with an intensity that adults will never again be able to feel…” Photographer Lise Sarfati discusses her bodies of work, ‘The New Life’ and ‘Fashion Magazine’, in which the...
some people feel the rain. others just get wet.– Author unknown (probably by Roger Miller)
a photograph is not created by a photographer. what they do is just to open a...– Ferdinando Scianna, *1943