I went with my colleagues a few months ago up to Harlem to visit the legendary documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles.
I really like how he put together his scrapbook so that it has a real handmade feel. Below are the inside front endpages.…
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I like this calendar available here:
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In the town of Thiers, in central France where they have made knives for centuries, the knife grinders trained their dogs to sit on their backs or their legs to keep them warm while they are perched over giant grinding stones turned by the cold water flowing in the mountain stream below.…
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When I moved to this Brooklyn neighborhood eight years ago the process of gentrification had only started a few years before in 1999 with the opening of this restaurant, Patois. Sadly, it closed a few months ago. Recently, a notice appeared in the window announcing its reopening in Manhattan in Little Italy. As you can see, the upstairs neighbor still keeps a close eye on the place.…
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Photos are on the covers of magazines.
And there is a new thirteen minute interview with him made at the Jeu de Paume.
It can be viewed on the webpage here:
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Above is Wayne Miller's 1956 photograph of Frank editing negatives after developing the film in Miller's darkroom while on his journey across America.
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