What’s fascinating about Another Language, beyond its title that’s half-Karl von Frisch’s dancing bees, half-Italo Calvino’s visual alphabet, is the precision of Mårten Lange’s photographs. Like the Swedish photographer, and taking their cue from Ryan McGinley, thousands of amateur photographers publish millions of images of animals, fences at night, caves and neon signs on the web every day. But only a handful are as thorough as Mårten Lange, who, with an economy of means (black and white, centered framing, no effects) makes our world more interesting.
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