Warhol was a man of few words and wielded an antique polaroid camera and insistently took polaroids which he then dropped on the floor, without looking at them. I said ‘Are you going to open the polaroids Andy? He said, ‘No, I like them to cook because the colour becomes more intense.’
Sci-Fi Mystery – Hyde Park – British Vogue 1970
I always like casting shadows in my pictures and not just casting light, which is something that I don’t think people think about closely enough. There is always the moment of the big reveal that has the most incredible power and dynamism.
Marina Schiano – Divine Diamond Earache (British Vogue London 1970s)
Sometimes we’re too eager to press the shutter and take the picture straight away without realising that it is a silent image. Its voice speaks through the final photograph.
New Clive Arrowsmith Exhibition Amazement & Amusement – Opens on July 28th at Holden Luntz Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
I am delighted to announce my first solo US exhibition at Holden Luntz Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida which to my … More
I Photographed The Most Elegant Man In The World In Fifteen Minutes – Paris with Yves St Laurent & Loulou De La Falaise
I went to Paris with Liz Smith (the fashion editor of the Observer) to photograph Yves St Laurent at his salon. … More