Berenice Abbott • MoMA

Friday, 22 May 2015

“I have the feeling that now we tend to realise that photography has another history, in fact it has other histories, and that it’s not only a print on the wall but that it can also be photographs printed in books, seen on screens, seen in installations, slideshows, etc. This is what I’m referring to as a more ubiquitous form of photography.” Quentin Bajac in conversation with Daniel Palmer • Curating Photography

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