William Klein: In Pictures

An exclusive interview with photographer William Klein and a first-ever glimpse behind the scenes at his Paris studio.

‘Almost everything is coincidence and luck and chance.’ William Klein is one of the twentieth century’s most important photographers and film-makers and in this interview for Tate Media, he discusses his experience photographing on the streets of New York, the challenges in publishing his first New York book and how he worked with filmmaker Federico Fellini.

Klein’s work is featured in the exhibition William Klein + Daido Moriyama at Tate Modern, 10 October 2012–20 January 2013.

Sharvon P. Urbannavage// RISE UP

See more of her work here

RISE UP
Features artists on the rise. I+S came across Sharvon’s work while cruising the net. Sharvon knack  for story telling is evident. In a conversation with Sharvon I noted how her short films mirror a still photograph. So please sit back and enjoy her work.
Stay tuned for the audio interview coming soon. 

STUFF YOU SHOULD KNOW
Featured artist: Sharvon P. Urbannavage
Connect with Sharvon and view more of film and video work:
WebsiteTwitterFacebook,  Vimeo

Sharvon finds inspiration from: www.YAKfilms.com

JASEN HUDSON CONVERSATION//02

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CONVERSATION NOTES:
Hosts: Joshua Black
Guest: Jasen Hudson
Connect with Jasen and view more of his work:
WebsiteTwitterFacebook,  Instagram: @jasenhudson

Jasen recommends listeners check out the work of photograper Douglas Sonders