Francesca Woodman • New Yorker

Thursday, 17 December 2015

“[A]t any moment when we gaze upon a photograph, a triangle of ‘regards’ takes shape: the photographer’s, captured by the frame of the camera. The subject’s, frozen in the contents of the image. And the viewers’, our own, as we look onto the result.” Alexander Strecker • Lens Culture

%d bloggers like this: