Like the famous Ryan McGinley, Cig Harvey is part of a new generation of photographers who speak of themselves through photography. Certainly, photographers have long taken pictures of their lives, but more rarely have they made their own person the central subject of their pictures. We should get used to looking at such series where the artist surrenders her privacy.
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