Lee Friedlander • MoMA

Saturday, 6 September 2014

“I started to hear in [Roland] Barthes’s sentences an expression of vulnerability that had somehow escaped me before. It’s there in the delicate, probing way that he approaches his subject, but it’s mostly to be discovered in the qualities he admires alike in great photographs and snapshots of his mother: kindness, gentleness, reserve and an almost meek refusal of the realm of mere opinion.” Brian Dillon • Dublin Review

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