Interview with Patrick Zachmann

Interview with Patrick Zachmann

"I don't think now it's a question of documenting the world as it is, because basically we know how it is. [...]The point is not just to document, it's the way you document and the interactive process you develop between you and the world."
—Patrick Zachmann (Eyes in Progress)
Interview with Alain de Botton

Interview with Alain de Botton

“The museum is clearly not a perfect environment to enjoy the deeper meanings of the art it collects. It is like a filing cabinet which holds love letters. We are grateful to the cabinet, but we know the love letters were not made to be read or held in such circumstances.”
—Alain de Botton (TEDxAmsterdam)
Interview with Emily Kinni

Interview with Emily Kinni

“I couldn’t escape knowing and feeling the original purpose of the rooms, and the unavoidable tension of what the space had been, compared to what surrounded me.”
—Emily Kinni (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Nikolas Ventourakis

Interview with Nikolas Ventourakis

“One ends up feeling excluded, standing outside a window looking in, fantasising about being part of the group. And being part of the group is important.”
—Nikolas Ventourakis (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Steve McCurry

Interview with Steve McCurry

“You still have to work and struggle. Effort and reward—they’re all intertwined. You can’t really look at struggle as necessarily a negative thing. Or work. The word ‘work’ can seem kind of like drudgery, but you can’t look at it like that.”
—Steve McCurry (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Scot Sothern

Interview with Scot Sothern

"I have a certain amount of guilt for what I've done with these pictures and the way I've thrown 'em around and splattered these poor women in front of everybody, and sometimes I think I'm wrong and then I sometimes think I'm right, and that's what I live with, you know?"
—Scot Sothern (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Christopher Anderson

Interview with Christopher Anderson

"You may agree or disagree with my perspective but you'll know if I'm being honest about my perspective, and I think that is the thing that we can recognize in an image."
—Christopher Anderson (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Antoine d’Agata

Interview with Antoine d’Agata

"If I die tomorrow, I won’t learn anything, I won’t feel anything. If I want to stay alive, I have to protect myself so, the way I see it, the only choice we have as human beings is to put ourselves in the condition to keep trying as much as we can."
—Antoine d'Agata (GUP Magazine)