Nothing on The Great Leap Sideways
Check out this amazing piece by Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa over on The Great Leap Sideways. He writes, “Gossage’s are simultaneously anonymous and deeply biographical images that frequently appear to have been made just after the guilty party has departed the scene. They are vividly specific photographs of anything, everything and nothing in particular, and their magnetism flows not from their subject matter but from the enigmatic eloquence of their framing.”
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