Harry Callahan • Museum of Contemporary Photography

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

“[T]he images were manipulated not in the darkroom but what I can only call ‘homemade special effects,’ often involving re-photographing something multiple times so the image resolution would break down and collaging things as seamlessly as I could. Seamlessness was the goal, seamlessness in order to seduce, it was important to me that it didn’t look like scissors and glue collage. I learned darkroom photography later in order to teach photography, years after I began exhibiting.” Oliver Wasow • Saint Lucy

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