Trent Parke has been deeply influenced by the wide-open spaces of the Australian outback. His work is steeped in light poetry, most of the time in black and white. Whether it’s in Dream Life or Minutes to Midnight, which sold out the day of its release last month, the photographer captures images we might have dreamed, but which life has taken care to create for him.
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