Art Uncovered -- Arthur Pollock

Premiere DateNov 15, 2011
00:00 Thomas Intro
01:47 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 1
05:04 Critical Mass Teenage Fanclub
07:46 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 2
10:31 La Grande Illusion Television Personalities
13:49 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 3
16:12 What a Waste Sonic Youth
19:07 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 4
22:44 Pancake Swirlies
25:54 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 5
28:45 Freakin Out Death
31:30 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 6
34:12 In My Time Kurt Vile
37:26 Arthur Pollock Interview pt 7
43:51 I Am With You Ty Segall
47:02 Finish

This week on the show I’m joined by photojournalist Arthur Pollock.
Over the last 50 years, Arthur has photographed some of the landmark events in our country’s history — including the student protests to the Vietnam war and the space shuttle challenger explosion. He has also documented countless day to day stories and features for some of the country’s top news outlets. In the early 1980s Arthur  joined the staff of the Boston herald, and over the course of his career has been the recipient of numerous awards including the  World Press Award as well as the National Press Photographers Association Picture of the Year award. He is currently a assistant photo editor at the Boston Herald.

A collection of Arthur’s work has just be published by his son Jesse Pollock through Unpiano Books,   and I recently spoke with Arthur over the phone about his career as a photojournalist, his experience documenting the challenger explosion and his new book.


Host Thomas
Thomas grew up in Northern California where he fell in love with music and photography while going to punk shows and shooting skate photos. He photography in college, which may or may not qualify him to host an…