In my photographs it is apparent that there was no posing at the moment I released the shutter.
Persons who have been homeless carry within them a certain philosophy of life which makes them apprehensive about ownership.
In London, the weather would affect me negatively. I react strongly to light. If it is cloudy and raining, there are clouds and rain in my soul.
Going around under an umbrella interferes with one's looking up at the sky.
Mapplethorpe presented the body as a sexual object, separating it from the humanity of the person. He added nothing to photography as a medium. I hold his work in low regard.
I collect human relationships very much the way others collect fine art.
The principles of true art is not to portray, but to evoke.
The principle of art is to pause, not bypass.
There are many types of participation. One can observe so intensely that one becomes part of the action, but without being an active participant.
It is possible to stand around with a cocktail in one's hand and talk with everyone, which means with no one.
Gatherings and, simultaneously, loneliness are the conditions of a writer's life.
I am inspired by human sexuality. The act itself is mechanical and holds little interest to me.
Travel gives me the opportunity to walk through the sectors of cities where one can clearly see the passage of time.
Banks introduced the installment plan. The disappearance of cash and the coming of the credit card changed the shape of life in the United States.
I do not gather things, I prefer to rent them rather than to possess them.
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