Tag Archives: Andy Warhol

Make Me a Mondrian: Corrupted at Last

Picture corrupted. 23,229 times over. It’s not always easy to identify the dog that did not bark–or, in this case, which digital pictures among a cast of tens of thousands have disappeared and cannot be put together again. I realized … Continue reading

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The Razor’s Edge

When taking pictures I’m often drawn to the razor’s edge: a contrast in color so stark that it seems improbable, as if rendered in a Warhol print. A light rain plinked on us as I walked with my children towards … Continue reading

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