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Neal Slavin, A 40 year chronicle

Max Kozloff in his fascinating book, The Theatre of the Face says that we are “face readers,” that the first thing we identify with when we talk to someone is the face. It is this phenomenon that makes portraiture so compelling. In my own work and in my teaching, I am motivated by “face-reading,” which begins with the relationship between the photographer and his subject.

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