Wendy Hudman

Monday, 31 August 2015

“It is tempting to view him as someone whose career shows how photography is perceived in the art world—the British art world in particular—with a suspicion that it is not real art. And, if [Keith] Arnatt is to be (re)valued as he should be, it might be pertinent to view his life’s work as a creative continuum. Even his conversion to photography was based on an instinctive understanding that it would free him to pursue his art in a more mischievous, questioning manner.” Sean O’Hagan • Guardian

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