There are names in the history of photography which function as markers of a school of thought, and Stephen Shore is one of them. We know only too well his contribution as a pioneer of color photography and a poet of the banal. Often, when concerning major photographers, monographic exhibitions confuse biographic account and historiographic narrative. It is difficult to...
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