Luc Sante Quotes

Luc Sante Quotes: All I know about 1970s New York City is that it's where I grew up, and you always have an umbilical connection to the time and place of your growing up. It was cheap, didn't have too many people in it, you could go to the movies or whatever on the spur of the moment, you could get by without working too much and especially without involving yourself in the corporate world.
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Luc Sante Quote: I always give money to a sidewalk con if the story is a good one, even if I don't believe a word of it. Art deserves to get paid.
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Quotes about Luc Sante: Subjectivity is my middle name, a trick memory is my pack mule, and self-contradiction is my trusty old jackknife.
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Quote about Luc Sante: My ideal city is more like the city (New York and Paris come to mind, but it sort of applies to all) that existed up to and including the 1930s, when different classes lived all together in the same neighborhoods, and most businesses of any sort were mom-and-pop, and people and things had a local identity.
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Luc Sante Sayings: The US remains an object of fascination for me, and the subject of much study, but while many of my friends etc. are American and I have no plans at present to move elsewhere, I consider myself a permanent outsider.
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Luc Sante Saying: I try to take pictures on their own terms, considering the historical and social context from which they emerge.
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