Michael Kenna

Monday, 10 July 2017

“I have never once thought of darkroom photography as having a charge of preciousness. It’s a highly toxic, unstable, and intensely controlled process. For me, it’s also a strenuous, emotionally draining, bipolar performance that happens alone and in the complete darkness.” David Benjamin Sherry in conversation with William J. Simmons • Aperture

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