Eric Johnson recently collaborated providing Ernest Bloch’s photographs for a video done by the Milken Archive of Jewish Music
Associated with the exhibit Johnson produced a book surveying Bloch’s photography. The first published survey including 80 of Bloch’s photographs,
“A Composer’s Vision: The Photographs of Ernest Bloch” is available to purchase at Blurb.
In June of 2009 Eric traveled to Washington DC to donate prints he made from Bloch’s negatives in the 1970’s to the Library of Congress. A collection of 102 prints covering 45 years of Bloch’s life were donated to the Music Division. This collection is the largest Bloch archive and this donation added significantly to the quality and depth of the LOC collection.
See a blog from the Music Division: “Remembering Ernest Bloch.”
Eric Johnson wrote an article about the beginning of his work with Ernest Bloch, and published it in Aperture Magazine in 1972, titled: A Composer’s Vision Photographs by Ernest Bloch (Eric Johnson, Aperture magazine 16.3).