“Cracks are a given between one collaborator and another,” wrote poet CD Wright about her collaboration with the photographer Deborah Luster, “that’s how the light get’s in.” Alex and I have learned over the years that it’s necessary to be tough on each other’s work. If, for instance, I’m the author of the book - like with My Dakota - I do the first sequence for the book dummy, and then Alex takes a look and tells me exactly what he thinks. Our friend, the artist Joyce Kozloff - who is married to another friend, the street photographer and art critic, Max Kozloff - says the most difficult journey her work makes is the trip from her studio out her front door, because Max always weighs in first before her work is released into the world. Fortunately, one of our house rules is that the artist always has the final say. Perhaps that’s why our marriage has survived as long as it has, and why our collaborative projects - such as Violet Isle and Memory City - are much trickier to navigate... - Rebecca Norris Webb (RNW), from Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and Poetic Image, Aperture, 2014 [Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2008, from Violet Isle] #Leica #LeicaCamera #LeicaCulture #PhotoLondonFair16 #AlexWebb #RebeccaNorrisWebb #Selections #🔴📷 @webb_norriswebb



“Cracks are a given between one collaborator and another,” wrote poet CD Wright about her collaboration with the photographer Deborah Luster, “that’s how the light get’s in.” Alex and I have learned over the years that it’s necessary to be tough on each other’s work. If, for instance, I’m the author of the book - like with My Dakota - I do the first sequence for the book dummy, and then Alex takes a look and tells me exactly what he thinks. Our friend, the artist Joyce Kozloff - who is married to another friend, the street photographer and art critic, Max Kozloff - says the most difficult journey her work makes is the trip from her studio out her front door, because Max always weighs in first before her work is released into the world. Fortunately, one of our house rules is that the artist always has the final say. Perhaps that’s why our marriage has survived as long as it has, and why our collaborative projects - such as Violet Isle and Memory City - are much trickier to navigate... - Rebecca Norris Webb (RNW), from Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and Poetic Image, Aperture, 2014 [Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2008, from Violet Isle] #Leica #LeicaCamera #LeicaCulture #PhotoLondonFair16 #AlexWebb #RebeccaNorrisWebb #Selections #🔴📷 @webb_norriswebb
“Cracks are a given between one collaborator and another,” wrote poet CD Wright about her collaboration with the photographer Deborah Luster, “that’s how the light get’s in.” Alex and I have learned over the years that it’s necessary to be tough on each other’s work. If, for instance, I’m the author of the book - like with My Dakota - I do the first sequence for the book dummy, and then Alex takes a look and tells me exactly what he thinks. Our friend, the artist Joyce Kozloff - who is married to another friend, the street photographer and art critic, Max Kozloff - says the most difficult journey her work makes is the trip from her studio out her front door, because Max always weighs in first before her work is released into the world. Fortunately, one of our house rules is that the artist always has the final say. Perhaps that’s why our marriage has survived as long as it has, and why our collaborative projects - such as Violet Isle and Memory City - are much trickier to navigate... - Rebecca Norris Webb (RNW), from Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and Poetic Image, Aperture, 2014 [Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2008, from Violet Isle] #Leica #LeicaCamera #LeicaCulture #PhotoLondonFair16 #AlexWebb #RebeccaNorrisWebb #Selections #🔴📷 @webb_norriswebb “Cracks are a given between one collaborator and another,” wrote poet CD Wright about her collaboration with the photographer Deborah Luster, “that’s how the light get’s in.” Alex and I have learned over the years that it’s necessary to be tough on each other’s work. If, for instance, I’m the author of the book - like with My Dakota - I do the first sequence for the book dummy, and then Alex takes a look and tells me exactly what he thinks. Our friend, the artist Joyce Kozloff - who is married to another friend, the street photographer and art critic, Max Kozloff - says the most difficult journey her work makes is the trip from her studio out her front door, because Max always weighs in first before her work is released into the world. Fortunately, one of our house rules is that the artist always has the final say. Perhaps that’s why our marriage has survived as long as it has, and why our collaborative projects - such as Violet Isle and Memory City - are much trickier to navigate... - Rebecca Norris Webb (RNW), from Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and Poetic Image, Aperture, 2014 [Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2008, from Violet Isle] #Leica #LeicaCamera #LeicaCulture #PhotoLondonFair16 #AlexWebb #RebeccaNorrisWebb #Selections #🔴📷 @webb_norriswebb Reviewed by techknowd on 05:36 Rating: 5

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