Robert Adams • Fraenkel Gallery

Sunday, 11 June 2017

“In 1920, on a visit to Marcel Duchamp’s studio in Manhattan, Man Ray’s ever-curious eye was drawn to a large sheet of dust-covered glass. When viewed though his camera, its surface, he later noted, ‘appeared like some strange landscape from a bird’s eye view’. He opened the camera’s shutter and the two friends then went for lunch.” Sean O’Hagan • Guardian

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