Duane Hanson • Aperture

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

“Each photograph came to seem like a quotation from the great archive of photographs. […] All images, regardless of the date of their creation, exist simultaneously and are pressed into service to help us make sense of other images. This suggests a possible approach to photography criticism: a river of interconnected images wordlessly but fluently commenting on one another.” Teju Cole • New York Times Magazine

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