Preservation

In these juxtapositions Martin puts into play an encounter between photographs and elements that elude photography: dimensionality, time, the actual colors of the day, the touch of skin. In the silence we are encouraged to think about the actions that took place the moment after the shutter snapped (and before), or the fifty years of life that may have followed the session in the photographer’s studio. -Joyce Lyon, January 26, 2003

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