Marcel Broodthaers • Artists’ Books and Multiples

Friday, 30 October 2015

“[Alfred] Stieglitz—known as the father of American fine art photography—expresses that he has decided to embrace the pedestrian hand camera considered so lowly by his photographic peers, but only because he’s found a way to make it difficult: by standing for hours on a street corner in the blinding snow and howling wind, enduring the elements to get the perfect ‘snap.’ (Serious photographers have always been gluttons for punishment.)” Kate Palmer Albers • CIRCULATION | EXCHANGE 

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