A Painter´s Photographer, on view at Galerie Julian Sander in Köln, Germany, shows photographs of Aaron Siskind and references the close connection to Abstract Expressionist painting in Siskind´s work. In an essay from 1951, the artist and art critic Elaine de Kooning described Aaron Siskind as a “painter´s photographer”. After more than 60 years, Siskind remains one of the most...
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