From the Archives, the latest release from Editions FP & CF, could describe an entire area of contemporary photography, peering into the medium’s past to survey its experiments and how they turned out. Everything here began with the Flickr page of Don Hudson, an American photographer born in 1950 in Michigan. Maxime Milanesi and Claire Schvartz, founders of FP & CF, came upon a part of Hudson’s archives on the Internet and decided to gather fifteen years of them in a published book.
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