Josef Koudelka has traveled the globe, photographing on his own terms. But as he puts the world in his viewfinder, the world shapes him in return.
I don’t like picture stories. In fact I think picture stories destroyed all photography. You needed to have a close-up and you needed to do other things and for me I am interested in one picture that tells many different stories to different people. That is to me a sign of the good picture.
Roadside stand near Birmingham, Alabama, 1936
"I didn't like the label that I unconsciously earned of being a social protest artist."
"The Thing Itself is Such a Secret and so Unapproachable"
George Eastman House, Image Magazine, Vol. 17., No.
For this week’s interview feature, photographer Christian Brecheis offered to interview one of his biggest influences, Kevin Zacher. Kevin was an iconic photographer in the snowboard industry in the 90s and early 2000s, and has since brought his style of visceral storytelling to a wide world of editorial and commercial spheres.