"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."


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)