by Richard Falco is the kind of classic photojournalism
which is not being practiced enough today. His images
are direct and tough, yet composed with a sensitive
Arnold Drapkin - Time Magazine
I opened Mr. Falco's book, I thought immediately
of that line from Hamlet: "Look here, upon
this picture, and on this." This, in his
photographs is life. And there is much to be seen
Moyers - PBS
Falco's book on the Harlem medics is an ode to
the "unknown soldiers" of urban life.
It took the dedication of a photographer like
Falco to give substance to their daily routine
in saving lives. His photographs of the asphalt
jungle gain the pathos of life that lifts us to
a heightened level of human dignity and understanding.
Capa - Director of the International Center of
Falco's photographs of the paramedic teams have
an importance that is undeniable. Falco's dedication
in chronicling the heroism of the medics is in
the best tradition of concerned photojournalism
and the results are worth several very hard looks.
Zwingle - American Photographer Magazine