We’re excited to share with you the first glimpse into The Ones We Love Magazine: Issue One, which is scheduled to be released this Spring. It will feature portfolios, interviews, poetry, and essays. Here we look at an excerpt from the feature on Doug DuBois’ body of work All the Days and Nights, including an interview conducted by Fred Huening.
"In the introduction to William Eggleston’s Guide, John Szarkowski wrote that there are more photographs in the world than bricks and that even photographs taken by surveillance cameras offer surprising images and relationships. This was in 1976 and there are still more photographs than bricks. What has changed is not the quantity so much – more photographs than bricks is just as overwhelming as more photographs than nails or pebbles, snowflakes or stars– they’re all more than one can see in a lifetime. And while the Internet has, in theory, the potential to make all the photographs in the world available for viewing, it’s still the same conundrum: how can you add to this vast archive and get noticed?” -Doug DuBois, interview with Fred Huening for The Ones We Love Magazine: Issue One
Image: Doug DuBois, Spencer in the Bathtub, Ithaca, NY, 2003