Miron Zownir began
taking pictures during the heyday of punk in West Berlin and
London. Later Miron moved to the United States, where he captured
the hidden subcultures of places like New York.
In 1995 Miron went to
Moscow, to document the homeless crisis in the city, a tragedy he
felt could not be ignored.
His often heartbreaking and
dark images have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the
world. His title “the Poet of Radical Photography” bestowed upon
him by writer Terry Southern is apt even today.
About the Podcast
A series of lively, deep and often hilarious interviews conducted by Lydia Lunch, one of the most vocal spoken word artists of this or any century and Tim Dahl, musician and general know it all.