Thursday, April 03, 2008

Kutipan Pilihan

"There are too many images. Too many cameras now. We’re all being watched. It gets sillier and sillier. As if all action is meaningful. Nothing is really all that special. It’s just life. If all moments are recorded, then nothing is beautiful and maybe photography isn’t an art anymore. Maybe it never was"—Robert Frank, Vanity Fair, April 2008, p177

2 comments:

billitone said...

I have some GB of those kind of photos :(

Rony Zakaria said...

I won't worry much about Frank's words. Although he's quite right but I bet he's intending those words mostly for himself.