EUGENE REZNIK, AMERICAN PHOTO:
"Most photographic art since the inception of the medium has been extroverted. Photographers go out into the world, they wander, they encounter, they come home with portable objects representing that engagement.
"The parallel, lesser-known history is what happens when they stay in and work against the four walls of the studio—beyond just portraiture, fashion, or product photography—experiments surveyed in MoMA’s 'A World of Its Own' exhibition last year. "
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