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    Photographers questions to Bill Eggleston

    - Alec Soth, photographer, Minneapolis: “A few years ago Robert Frank said, “There are too many images, too many cameras now. We’re all being watched. It gets sillier and sillier. As if all action is meaningful. Nothing is really all that special. It’s just life. If all moments are recorded, then nothing is beautiful and maybe photography isn’t an art any more. Maybe it never was.” What do you think about this?”

    - William Eggleston ” I don’t disagree with any part of that statement”.

    - Martin Parr, photographer, Bristol: “What is the difference between your current
    shooting and that of the 1970s?”

    - William Eggleston “The subject-matter is different.”

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