We are overwhelmed by photographs. That’s a fact. And we’re all photographers, according to an exhibition at the Musée de L’Elysée six years ago. In 2012, a poster went up in Brooklyn searching for a rare specimen: someone who had never taken a photograph. The call had come from Anouk Kruithof.
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