Bruce Davidson

Saturday, 29 August 2015

“[Josef Koudelka’s] black and white prints (he only used color once and never liked it) recreate a world that lies somewhere between Shakespeare’s King Lear and Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi. It is a world of muted sound and obvious devastation seen and told by an extremely opinioned and almost obsessive eye whose fascinated and fascinating quest follows a manic spiral.” Bruno Chalifour • Modern Sublime via American Suburb X

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