Throughout her 40-year career, Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel has served as a defining voice for our time, holding impeccable interviews with a wide variety of people, including photographers such as Elliott Erwitt, Cornell Capa, Duane Michaels, Frederick Sommer, Arnold Newman, as seen below. Not only is she an experienced interviewer, she is also a writer and an activist, who is well known for her involvement in the fields of architecture and the arts.
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel video Archive features Diamonstein-Spielvogel conducting compelling interviews with prominent artists, musicians, architects, designers, photographers, directors, actors, writers, and art collectors, documenting the arts world during the nineteen seventies and the nineteen eighties. These interviews are well worth the watch as in one interview, with Joel Meyerowitz, shown below, she discusses the fascinating story of how Meyrowitz came to meet Cartier-Bresson. This collection includes interviews from several programs: American Architecture Now, About the Arts, Inside New York’s Art World, Visions and Images and many more.
An archive of these insightful interviews by Spielvogel our available on Itunes to download for free or Youtube. Below are some of her fantastic interviews and some of the photographers she has been able to interview.
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