Michael Somoroff pays homage to August Sander's monumental photographic work titled People of the 20th Century in Somoroff's body of work, Absence of Subject. Seemingly simple at first, it is a complex elliptical ambitious work comprised of forty photographs and seven animations as well as forty August Sander original photographs. Here is a conceptual artist using photography as a communicator contemplating the relationship between photography and truth.
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