It’s the middle of the afternoon when I leave the International Center of Photography, where I teach a digital course. I’m meeting Steven Kasher at his Chelsea gallery. He’s exhibiting two black-and-white series of amazing silver prints by Weegee and Vivian Mayer.
I wander if all photographers from my generation feels lucky and at the same time torn to have a foot in both the digital and analogue worlds, as I do.
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