Books on L.A.
LA CRASH 69LA CRASH 69
”The child, whose fingers had to be pried loose from the Cyclone fence when she was rescued twelve hours later by the California Highway Patrol, reported that she had run after the car carrying her mother and stepfather and brother and sister for „a long time.
CERTAIN OF THESE IMAGES DID NOT FIT INTO ANY NARRATIVE I KNEW."
©"The White Album" by Joan Didion, essays from Los Angeles, 1969
Supreme Photo Box LA CRASH 69
FRAGMENTS OF LOS ANGELESFragments of Los Angeles
"I like to be alone. I can’t even take photographs with somebody around. Photography requires every bit of me, but this doesn’t necessarily mean complete solitude. There’s a constant dialogue with friends, endless discussions, exchanges of opinions and comparisons. The photographer’s loneliness is part of a collective work."
©"The Picture Man", Gusmano Cesaretti, 2010
The Photo Book FRAGMENTS OF LOS ANGELES
CONCORDIA 10 YEARS AFTERThe Photo Book 10 Years After.
"I expect to lose my camera, but my treasure will be the memory cards with the pictures. These have to be saved. I have sewn hidden pockets in my shoes. Two memory cards will disappear here, the third will be left in the camera. This way I distract from my prey in case of pickup and exposure."
Jonathan Danko Kielkowski
The Photo Book CONCORDIA 10 YEARS AFTER