“I suppose the main tradition in photography is the one that implies that anything can be interesting if you take a photograph of it. It consists in discovering beauty, a beauty that can exist anywhere but is assumed to reside particularly in the random and the banal. Photography conflates the notions of the “beautiful” and the “interesting.”It’s a way of aestheticizing the whole world”.
(interview by Geoffrey Movius, Originally published in the June 1975 issue of Boston Review)
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