Tag: Mike Mandel

Mike Mandel, People in Cars: a book of surprises – The Eye of Photography

“On a late afternoon with the light low in the west I’d regularly find my spot on the corner of Victory Blvd. and Coldwater Canyon Ave,” Mike Mandel said. “in Van Nuys (ironically, so close to home I could easily walk there). It was a busy intersection with a wealth of cars pulling my way to make a right turn. In contrast to how this project might play out today, it seemed then that people enjoyed being recognized by the camera and readily participated in the playfulness of the moment. It was warm outside, the car windows were open. It was the window that framed and instilled these portraits with the language of the automobile environment.”

Link:
http://www.loeildelaphotographie.com/en/2017/06/14/article/159955901/mike-mandel-people-in-cars/

Photo Levallois 2014 Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel – The Eye of Photography

The seventh edition of the Photo Levallois festival opened on October 10th. This year’s program featured five exhibitions at three different locations. The centerpiece is Evidence, an exhibition dedicated to the artist duo Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. This photo series, on display at the Salons d’Honneurs at the Levallois Hôtel de Ville (although no longer), is considered a precursor to the new practice of conceptual photography.

Link:
http://www.loeildelaphotographie.com/2014/10/28/festival/26458/photo-levallois-2014-larry-sultan-mike-mandel