Sarah Charlesworth • Art Institute of Chicago

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

“At his most extreme, [Saul] Leiter fills the upper four-fifths of a photograph with a black canopy, below which twenty tiny New Yorkers are trudging through the snow, and a single red tail-light provides the only colour. Through slitted eyes, the city swells to the span of Cinemascope.” Brian Dillon • London Review of Books

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