Miron Zownir talks about authentic photography and why it’s easier to be an artist in Berlin than some of the other cultural hotspots.
Miron Zownir Speaking in a Berlin cafe. Photo by : Stuart Holt
The Most Interesting Person Project is a series of interviews in which each person interviewed gives the name of the person they think is the most interesting person they know. That person then gets interviewed, starting the cycle over.
He considers his photography to be authentic while suggesting that no photography is truly authentic. Even in a straight photograph, the photographer manipulates perspective, depth of field, focus and point of view. That doesn’t take into account how the subjects themselves manipulate the image. This, of course, is what makes it art in the first place.