"Winogrand understood what it meant to shoot organized culture—starting out, he quickly found work as a freelancer for LIFE and Sports Illustrated—but his images of press con-
ferences or politicians often suggest an artist
less interested in captur-
ing organized culture than
in capturing the awkward, forced, or disorganized moments that occurred as certain kinds or classes of people attempt to organize culture."






ON ART:

Garry Winogrand's America
Lebbeus Woods, Architect of No-Man's Land
Paper is Light: Durer and Rembrandt at Christopher-Clark
Return to Rothko (Part 2)
Notes on the 2012 Whitney Biennial
Return to Rothko (Part 1)