Photographs on the Brain

Photographs on the Brain #35
Sometimes I wish I believed in Owning something, in something artistic being Mine. It would make it more clear cut.…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #34
“I think you reach this point where you have kids and mortgages and you’re like “fuck it I’ve gotta get…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #33
“Please note: The work on this blog is not the original work. It is being shown out of context and…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #32
“I hate when art becomes a religion. I feel the opposite. When you start putting a higher value on works…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #31
[Audience Member]: What do you think about your pictures? [Winogrand]: ..some of them are a bit more interesting than others..…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #30
“ What’s great about looking at your work is the emotion comes back. The emotion comes back. The rhythm of…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #29
“Your own photography is never enough,” he writes. “Every photographer who has lasted has depended on other people’s pictures too…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #28
“ When you realize that you have been with these women and you have left them and broken their hearts…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #27
“Bliss—a-second-by-second joy and gratitude at the gift of being alive, conscious—lies on the other side of crushing, crushing boredom. Pay…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #26
“Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, it’s…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #25
“The “photo – blog” will reach some kind of precipice / tipping point. More innovations will be offered (which is…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #24
“The problem is, after a week of intense googling, we’ve started to burn out on knowing the answer to everything.…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #23
“When the music changes, so does the dance” – African proverb ©dusdin ©WAI LIN TSE ©Hin Chua © Magdalena Fischer…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #22
“One of the most striking signs of the decay of art is when we see its separate forms jumbled together.”…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #21
©Patrick Tsai ©Wes Frazer ©Elizabeth Weinberg ©Blake Sinclair ©Luo Yang ©David Yee ©Jon Edwards ©Natasha Klimchuk ©Sebastien Gerber ©The Whitest…

By Bryan Formhals

Photographs on the Brain #20
“You could strike sparks anywhere. There was a fantastic universal sense that whatever we were doing was right, that we…

By Bryan Formhals