Forty-two years ago I received a phone call from Robert Delpire. “You’ve got to see this photographer—he’s amazing! His name is Leslie Krims.” Thank you, Robert. That year at Photo, we published Krims four times. At the time, you couldn’t find anyone more provocative than Leslie: he referred to John Szarkowski, the head of the photo department at the Museum of Modern Art, as an, “arthritic tap dancer.”
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