Siegel has photographed all over the world, and, whether taken in the mountains or valleys, in Europe or in Africa, all the pictures show a consistently calm and poetic eye.
Village Voice, NY 1978
Larry Siegel’s black and white photographs are intensely evocative that depict skies run through by clouds, interiors of splendid buildings, and the crashing of waves against rocks. His is a suggestive kind of photography that “captures” the places, the countryside, buildings and faces into eternal silence.
Torino Cronaca, Italy 1985
Siegel’s work is free, pulsating, and I would say, it has a nomadic open-mindedness of expression, as opposed to reality.
L’Espresso, Rome, Italy 1986