I just read this
review, and started to think about things like image over-saturation, the ever-lowering bar for PJ work (with some brilliant exceptions), and the synapse-cracking permeation of electronically-delivered images. What did it take to create a print publication that could hold your attention in the 1960s? What would it take now (assuming anything at all would work)?
came back in the 1980s, I snapped up every issue. It was (almost) up to the same standard as I recalled from years past. (The cover with Nelson Rockefeller still sits in my mind vividly. That's
what a good photo should do, maybe not always, but more often than not.)
And, this exhibit goes on the shortlist, right behind the Robert Frank at the Guggenheim.
"Print 'em both, kid." -
Frank "Cancie" Cancellare, to a UPI courier, after tossing
a 20-exposure roll of film to him.
Here, a Gallery.