Tuesday, April 11, 2006
"In terms of contemporary photography, Uta Barth occupies a unique artistic position. The photographer’s often blurry images of trees, streets, and empty spaces are less concerned about documenting her environment or saying something about herself. On the contrary: Barth eliminates every clear hint that could relate something about the theme or story of her photographs. Instead, she poses a far greater challenge to herself in truly attempting to see. Cheryl Kaplan spoke to the Los Angeles-based photographer about her work".
READ ON AT db ARTmag
Posted by David Emerick at 2:57 PM