Luis Garvan is talked of often on the show and today Kevin talks with him via a link to Mexico City.
We believe Garvan’s work to be ‘quiet genius,’ whether it’s his exquisite study of still life flora, commercial portraits or abstract form and today Kevin asks him how he works and why.
Also, today, how photography helped one listener in his battle for sobriety plus Kev’s book of the week features Bailey’s study of the human form.
Neale and Kevin announced their first joint workshop and you can find all the details here: Kevin & Neale’s Workshop 2020
Book of the Week
Recently, David Bailey turned his lens away from the glitterati and decided instead to focus on ordinary people – with startling results. Over a period of three years, people visiting David Bailey’s studio were asked if they would agree to be photographed naked.
None refused, and none was rejected. The results, presented here in one large-format volume, combine to form an all-inclusive, searingly honest portrait of humankind.
Desmond Morris contributes an introduction.
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