Walker Evans • Life

Monday, 11 July 2016

“The images are not explorations of the world in black-and-white, like Arbus’s, or artfully composed shots, like Mann’s. What interests [Nan] Goldin is the random gestures and colors of the universe of sex and dreams, longing and breakups—the electric reds and pinks, deep blacks and blues that are integral to ‘The Ballad”s operatic sweep.” Hilton Als • New Yorker

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