“The Chinese have a theory that you pass through boredom into fascination and I think it’s true. I would […]

Diane Arbus

“I strive to translate something personal into the universal. I’m mostly inspired by my surroundings – people and places – […]

Natasha Caruana

“I always felt that when I was photographing, I had a psychic need to see this, to photograph this. And […]

Larry Clark

“It’s not my intention to shock, to offend, sensationalise, be political or whatever; only to make work that is as […]

Richard Billingham

“I like to make people a little uncomfortable. It encourages them to examine who they are and why they think […]

Sally Mann

“There is a popular notion that the photographer is by nature a voyeur, the last one to be invited to […]

Nan Goldin

“If you ever make anything too literal you might as well forget it. It loses everything.” (Gillian wearing)    

Gillian Wearing

“Documentary photography has amassed mountains of evidence. And yet… the genre has simultaneously contributed much to spectacle, to retinal excitation, […]

Allan Sekula

“You come to the photograph as an aesthetic object with no context… Then you step in and read the text […]

Taryn Simon

“…when it comes down to making work that really sings, I don’t know if I can teach any of it. […]

Larry Sultan

“I traveled for seven years, and when I came back home I was completely lost. I didn’t know what to […]

Sophie Calle

“I want to show the event at the very moment it takes place…. My body must be anchored to the […]

Luc Delahaye

“Okay, so how do I make sense of that never ending flow, the fog that covers life here and now? […]

Paul Graham

“I am careful with my photographic technique, process all my own films, do my own printing. I enjoy doing these […]

John Davies

“I don’t have a burning desire to go out and document anything. It just happens when it happens. It’s not […]

William Eggleston

George Georgiou   Last Stop, a double-sided concertina book exploring London’s diversity. Photographed through the windows of its double decker […]

George Georgiou