Eirini Vourloumis • New York Times

Thursday, 2 July 2015

“One reads often of ‘issues’ ‘confronted’ or ‘explored’—or, by god, ‘called into question’—by both undergraduate and graduate students in project and artist statements. The promotional copy for a photobook tells us what the book is about, and there’s often explanatory text within the book should the press release not fully impress. All of this is somewhat understandable; to ‘sell your thesis to a review committee, or your book to a limited audience, you sometimes must distinguish it thematically.” Tim Carpenter

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