Photographer F. James Conley wrote a blog entitled "An Interview with Cartier Bresson on the X-Pro2" http://fjamesconley.com/effeleven/2016/5/13/an-interview-with-cartier-bresson-on-the-x-pro2. His blog posting is a clever way to review a camera as if it were used by a famous photographer. It caught my attention because I'm a fan of Henri Cartier-Bresson's work. In the article there are also links to an interview with Cartier-Bresson by photographer Sheila Turner-Seed and transcribed by her daughter Rachel Seed and published in the NY Times.
I think the interview contains jewels of wisdom for photographers. But I would disagree with his assessment of color photography. The technology of digital color photography is so much better now than it was in his time.
Here are links to the two articles with the interview transcription: