INTERVIEW: Robert Frank - "If An Artist Doesn't Take Risks, Then It's Not Worth It." (2007) - S
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INTERVIEW: Robert Frank - "If An Artist Doesn't Take Risks, Then It's Not Worth It." (2007) - Since 2008, AMERICAN SUBURB X | Art, Photography and Culture that matters.:
Parade – Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955 If an artist doesn’t take risks, then it’s not worth it. By Jiang Rong, An Exclusive Interview with Robert Frank, Robert Frank’s Studio, New York, July 22, 2007 RJ: How did you start to have that idea of traveling around the United States and doing this project of The Americans? RF: I had been in the States for 8 or 9 years already and then I had never seen much other than one day trip to New Jersey and one trip to St. Louis. So I was naturally curious about the country, knowing how big it was, one ocean to the other. It was the curiosity and the energy I had then to just go and get into the car and drive across the country. I did it in two parts, I think the first part was to Detroit, and came back to New York. And then I went with my family INTERVIEW: Robert Frank – “If An Artist Doesn’t Take Risks, Then It’s Not Worth It.” (2007)
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