Candida Höfer

“For me it’s also very important to look at paintings, to visit museums and exhibitions, without focusing my attention in a single direction. At times the suggestions come directly from the places. For example, when I photograph a space, a room, I let myself be influenced by the colors of the walls. I find different points of reference in everything I do and I never stop learning.” - Candida Höfer, Klat Magazine

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Jo Ann Callis

“The images are more about the routine of life, the actions in which we partake every day. I set my photos in a home because having a home is something for which I’m so grateful and consider a backbone to my life. It is the stage for so many crucial things that occur in a lifetime.”- The New Yorker

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Joan Mitchell

‘My paintings aren’t about art issues. They’re about a feeling that comes to me from the outside, from landscape. … Paintings aren’t about the person who makes them, either. My paintings have to do with feelings’. – Joan Mitchell, 1974 Hauser & Wirth

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