Robert Frank and The Stones

ROBERT FRANK AND THE STONES The Americans is certainly "The Book", so much so that I continue to buy it, distributing copies everywhere, from various rooms in my house to my car. I would like, however, to remember Robert Frank with a very underground work, the "Cocksucker Blues" movie, so explicit and raw that it was limited by the Stones themselves in his projections.

2019-09-13T08:37:40+02:00September 13th, 2019|Categories: all, film, music, news, photographers|Tags: , , , , , |

One Polaroid, a thousand stories

In 2002 a 17 year old girl climbed on the roof of a train to reach "for free" one of his friends in Alabama. This is the prologue to an adventure that will bring Mike Brodie to illegally  travel for five years in the United States. In this long journey Mike portrayed people and situations before with a Polaroid camera, then with a 35 mm one.

2019-08-08T19:13:56+02:00July 23rd, 2015|Categories: all, photographers, reviews|Tags: , , , , , , |