Nickolas Muray

Friday, 18 September 2015

“Sequential photographs sometimes shot seconds apart, sometimes long minutes later—had fused into accidental panoramas. These two- and three-exposure photographs, in which children’s heads appear disembodied in darkness, and women and unnatural angles float in space, are by turns comic, surreal and positively jolting. They overturn the principle that a photograph captures a single instant, forming unified narratives across space and time.” Jason Farago • New York Times

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