"Joel Meyerowitz: Where I Find Myself, published by Laurence King in March 2018 is the first major single book retrospective of one of the world’s most influential photographers, Joel Meyerowitz. This timely new book, published to coincide with the photog
Twenty years after its original publication in 1994, Joel Meyerowitz and Colin Westerbeck are working on a new edition of Bystander to be released hopefully in 2015. I asked Joel a few questions about the new edition.
Capturing the quintessential perfect moment in uncontrolled, public settings depends on a magical confluence of elements that suddenly, momentarily, match up so exquisitely they seem choreographed. For the masterful photographer Joel Meyerowitz, these mom
Third and final part of the interview that Leica Akademie Italy has made with Joel Meyerowitz in Milan. The american master talks about the Leica S medium format camera, and how this camera is capable of delivering an image quality that he was formerly ab
Second part of the interview that Leica Akademie Italy has made with Joel Meyerowitz in Milan, in which the American master talks about the Leica M, a camera that has been his tool of choice for street photography in the '60 and '70, and that today is his
Leica Akademie Italy has met Joel Meyerowitz, soon after the opening of his latest exhibition in Milan, and interviewed him about his life long "love" for Leica cameras, from the first Leica M2 in the sixties to the Leica M9, M and S today. In this first take Meyerowitz talks about a camera that has positively surprised him a lot: the new Leica XVario...
We had 18-year-old up-and-coming photographer Olivia Bee interview 74-year-old photo master Joel Meyerowitz about his new two-volume retrospective. We think it may be the start of a beautiful friendship.
For the past five decades, the American photographer Joel Meyerowitz has roamed the streets of the world, countrysides and beaches in search of life in blue, green, yellow and red. In the 1970s, his sense of modernism contributed to accept color photographs as works of art.
"There is a dawning awareness that you feel good in this place. Something here makes you attentive, brings you to an awakened state. But you can't know that beforehand."
Interview by Constance Sullivan, from Creating A Sense of Place, Smithsonian Institu