Leslie Krims. He was with Duane Michals and Ralph Gibson, one of the revelations of the young photography of the 70s. He was especially the most provocative of them. The absolute godfather of the photography at the time was John Szarkowski, the director of the MOMA photo department. Leslie called him the artrithic tap dancer. In short, Leslie remained in Buffalo and continued to photograph his fantasies! From time to time, he lcomes out of his silence and sends an email and some images. They are amazing, if you subscribe to the archives, look, 3 years ago we dedicated a whole […]
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