These two artists both work in several genres: sculpture, modeling, painting and needlework. All of it appears in their photography, which could qualify as installation; critics have described their work as “photographic tableaux”. One thinks of Georges Rousse or Christo’s Land Art, where the photograph serves as a document of an installation.
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