Artists throughout history have been in thrall to the depiction of death. Lynn Stern has made that fascination the focal point of a 25-year exploration of the subject. The resulting book, Skull, reproduces 8 series of skull photographs, some never seen before. Released by publisher Thames & Hudson, Skull includes an accompanying essay by art critic, Donald Kuspit, contextualizing Stern’s...
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