WWD and William Klein
- WWD: Why do you have a sense for capturing people as they are?
- W.K.: I had this feeling if I photograph this group of people moving this way and that way, with the combination of the architecture and the typography and everything, then all my ideas about New York would come into place. And within two hundredths of a second, I would get this image. To me, it was kind of like hunting. Before that, I was doing paintings that were very thought-out and geometrical. Photography was a kind of liberation. It was all about talking about things that I couldn’t put in the abstract geometrical paintings and I welcomed that
Dior spring RTW 2013