The Harry Ransom Center has acquired the Fritz Henle archive, containing about 180,000 black-and-white negatives, 10,000 color transparencies, 150 contact sheet books, 11 books of magazine clippings and tear sheets…Read More
By Matt Damsker
The pitted plains of the moon were always an ideal subject for photography, waiting to be fixed in portraiture ever since the invention of the telescope, and a…Read More
An edited version of this interview first appeared in the September-October-November, 2002 issue of Photographie International. My thanks to its publisher, Jean-Luc Pons, for allowing me to reproduce it…Read More
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