László Moholy-Nagy • Art Institute of Chicago

Friday, 5 February 2016

“[Walker] Evans had no fear of being tainted by commercial work. He knew that once he had been given an assignment that he could shape it to satisfy his own artistic sense. For me, this is one of Evans’ claims to genius—that was knowing that he could have the work on his own terms.” John T. Hill, qtd. by Jordan G. Teicher • Behold

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