Your first photographic memory, the first emotion. At the beginning of 1970, I discovered the work of Diane Arbus at the school of fine arts library. For me it was a real revelation. At the time, I had been studying photography for five years. I had a good command of the technical functioning of the medium. But I still had no idea what the photograph meant. Of its power to prevent the world from turning long enough to reveal the extremely complex nature of the path we are on from one moment to another. Before this revelation at the library,...
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