Monday, September 17, 2007
The photographer talks about his latest epic series, "American Power," and how he struggles to keep the act of picture-making fresh and meaningful.
By Jörg Colberg @ Pop Photo.com
hroughout the last three decades Mitch Epstein has made his mark on the photography world with his wry depictions of everyday life tinged with transcendent beauty and irony. His large-scale color photographs tackle a variety of subjects, ranging from a personal look at his family's business and its relationship to the town he grew up in (Family Business) to American habits of energy consumption (American Power). In order to get a better understanding of Epstein and his work, American Photo contributor and blogger Jörg Colberg conducted the following Q&A with the artist.
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