A photographic archive is above all a form, a typology, a sensitivity. This archive can only be governed by a clear order and logic, the specificities of which are established by the very person who instills and orchestrates the dialectical movements that settle there. Howard Greenberg is a key figure in the international photography scene. He has been a gallery...
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