The images and text in artist and educator Joshua Lutz’s third monograph Mind The Gap unravels a story of attempting to find some assemblage of truth in the chaos of hierarchy, class and privilege. It is a journey for clarity, hijacked by sex, addiction, and mental illness. As we travelled from a black and white world of photographs into color...
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