Throughout his career, Frank Horvat has exchanged photographs with friends and fellow photographers. Over time he has built up a “little museum” representative of a certain history of photography, with works that move him and illustrate his conception of the medium. He’s agreed to speak about a few of them and share what they mean to him. Here is what he had to say.
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