N.Y. Times article featuring Bill Rauhauser
Check out this feature on Hill Gallery artist Bill Rauhauser in the weekend edition of The New York Times.
“I took photographs in New York and Chicago, but I could never see a picture there as well as I could in Detroit,” Mr. Rauhauser said in a recent interview. “I think you have to know a place. And I’ve been here all my life.”
In a line that could have been spoken by many Detroit artists generations younger, working now in the city, mostly in obscurity, he added: “I think if I’d been better known, it might have been bad for my work. I took pictures because I liked to see them when I developed them. I thought they looked pretty great.”