Sebastião Salgado

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

“In the combines, the cut edges of each mounted board fray; in the digital photographic works, pixels spread into jagged lines, focus is either in or out; in the video, what looked to me like camera-stabilizing technology causes the borders to lean, warping the square into deranged shapes. [Gary] Indiana has shown a consistent irreverence for frames, peering through windows and into broken ones, leaning over the protective ledge to get his shot so that even the body frame of his subject gets deformed.” Sarah Cowan • Paris Review

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