Five years. This is how long Jill Freedman waits on and on to be rediscovered, and enjoy a few weeks of notoriety before slipping back into anonymity. Another five years before someone else come digging in the archives of this humanist documentary photographer and exhumes a few unpublished photos. This strange cycle has haunted her since the launch of her career which, in any case, has never been one. This time, it is the gallery owner Steven Kasher who devotes an exhibition to Freedman’s work. The title, Long Stories Short, puns on a set phrase and refers to her images...
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