Jerzy Kosinski — Polish Novelist born on June 18, 1933, died on May 03, 1991

Jerzy Kosiński, born Józef Lewinkopf, was an award-winning Polish-American novelist and two-time President of the American Chapter of P.E.N., who wrote primarily in English. Born in Poland, he survived World War II and, as a young man, emigrated to the U.S., where he became a citizen... (wikipedia)

In London, the weather would affect me negatively. I react strongly to light. If it is cloudy and raining, there are clouds and rain in my soul.
In my photographs it is apparent that there was no posing at the moment I released the shutter.
Mapplethorpe presented the body as a sexual object, separating it from the humanity of the person. He added nothing to photography as a medium. I hold his work in low regard.
Persons who have been homeless carry within them a certain philosophy of life which makes them apprehensive about ownership.
Going around under an umbrella interferes with one's looking up at the sky.

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