Henry Rollins on Photography
Aired On: Jul 19, 2012
Henry Rollins discusses the power of the still image and how it is more important than ever in a world of instant communication and 24/7 media.
Henry Rollins has spent over three decades traveling the world and performing on stages in over 45 countries. He has traveled solo to over 35 more. On many of these journeys, he carries a camera and goes deep into slums, souks and villages. He photographs the people who live there and the challenging conditions they endure.
Rollins has not had any professional...
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