Ali Mobasser • Lens Culture

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

“Where we’d previously looked for grace, harmony, balance and some kind of cultural virtue, clearly, once photography does its thing—with things being very interesting when they’re not properly framed, or when perspective is squished—ugliness, squalor, and pain slide onto light sensitive surfaces just as easily as grace and harmony. So photography blew away 500 years of aesthetics.” Francis Hodgson in conversation with Gemma Padley • 1000 Words

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