January 2004
From the Toronto Star, Sunday, January 25, 2004. Bill Taylor, Feature writer for the Toronto Star, interviewed Ronald Hurwitz for his column, Toronto Profile #15, The People who Make the City. "Since he first seriously picked up a camera in the late 1970's, Hurwitz has built a world-wide reputation for the artistry of his black-and-white prints. Though he has a couple of Toronto projects in mind, his favourite place to shoot is Paris where, influenced by the work of Brassaï, Eugène Atget, and Édouard Boubat, he imparts a haunting, pre-war feel to the modern city".
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September–October 2003
In the NY Arts Magazine September–October 2003 issue, Jamey Hecht has written a review of The Gryphons of Paris. Hecht says "The photographs of The Gryphons of Paris are those of a traveler, but they read like those of a lifelong resident".
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