“The taradiddle reveals the world as constructed by the camera. And in being manufactured by the camera it is inevitably a kind of white lie. There’s no history, there’s no context, no truth in the actual picture. Rather a semblance of such — there is an existential truth in the collective body of work.” – Charles H. Traub Twenty years...
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