I was goofing off at work yesterday and found this article online that appears to be in the current Vanity Fair magazine. Here's the link: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2008/04/frank200804 It's sad to see age and declining health take its toll but the article includes insight on his iconic work The Americans and how it has been misunderstood for decades. I was puzzled by the writer's description of an exhibit of some of the photos: "The prints were large, 30-by-45-inch reproductions from the book, so the pixels could be made out, giving the work a flat, pedestrian vibe and draining some of the life from it." Pixels? In photos made in the 1950's? The accompanying video is an acquired taste. Personally, I kind of like it.