Monday, March 06, 2006

Altered States

By Richard B. Woodward @ ARTnews

As the end of black-and-white printing signals a transformation in the practice of photography, the medium itself is more popular than ever
The year 2005 may be remembered as a watershed in the history of photography, a crucial date when one generation of artists lifted off into blue sky while another was brought down to earth, left once again to ponder its slave-master relationship to technology.

photograph by Alec Soth "Falls #26, 2005"


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