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How does a photographic project or series evolve? How important are style and genre ? What comes first the photographs or a concept? PhotoWork is a collection of interviews by forty photographers about their approach to making photographs andimportantly a sustained body of work Curator and lecturer Sasha Wolf was inspired to seek out and assemble responses to these uestions after hearing from countless young photographers about how they often feel adrift in their own practice wondering if they are doing it the right way The responses from both established and newly emerging photographers reveal there is no single path Their advice is wildly divergent generous and delightful Justine Kurland discusses the importance of allowing a narrative to unravel; Doug DuBois reflects on the process of growing into one s own work; Dawoud Bey evokes musicians such as Miles Davis as his inspiration for never wanting to become my own oldies show The book is structured through a Proust like uestionnaire in which individuals are each asked the same set of uestions creating a typology of responses that allows for an intriguing compare and contrastHow does a photographic project or series evolve? How important are style and genre ? What comes first the photographs or a concept? PhotoWork is a collection of interviews by forty photographers about their approach to making photographs andimportantly a sustained body of work Curator and lecturer Sasha Wolf was inspired to seek out and assemble responses to these uestions after hearing from countless young photographers about how they often feel adrift in their own practice wondering if they are doing it the right way The responses from both established and newly emerging photographers reveal there is no single path Their advice is wildly divergent generous and delightful Justine Kurland discusses the importance of allowing a narrative to unravel; Doug DuBois reflects on the process of growing into one s own work; Dawoud Bey evokes musicians such as Miles Davis as his inspiration for never wanting to become my own oldies show The book is structured through a Proust like uestionnaire in which individuals are each asked the same set of uestions creating a typology of responses that allows for an intriguing compare and contrastHow does a photographic project or series evolve? How important are style and genre ? What comes first the photographs or a concept? PhotoWork is a collection of interviews by forty photographers about their approach to making photographs andimportantly a sustained body of work Curator and lecturer Sasha Wolf was inspired to seek out and assemble responses to these uestions after hearing from countless young photographers about how they often feel adrift in their own practice wondering if they are doing it the right way The responses from both established and newly emerging photographers reveal there is no single path Their advice is wildly divergent generous and delightful Justine Kurland discusses the importance of allowing a narrative to unravel; Doug DuBois reflects on the process of growing into one s own work; Dawoud Bey evokes musicians such as Miles Davis as his inspiration for never wanting to become my own oldies show The book is structured through a Proust like uestionnaire in which individuals are each asked the same set of uestions creating a typology of responses that allows for an intriguing compare and contrast