While deeply engaged with ideas about studio portraiture, this exhibition by photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya, on view at Yancey Richardson Gallery, in New York (USA), frames the photographic process as an ongoing conversation and negotiation between the viewer, the artist, the subject and the work.
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