In this final installment of my writing about my work in the exhibition “A 40 Year Chronicle” at the Laurence Miller Gallery in New York, I discuss not only my methodology of shooting my group portraits, but also my current work, the Prayer Portraits themselves, which have been included in the show. The fact that these group portraits are about prayer presents both an impediment and an opportunity for me.
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