This Infinite World – Set 10 from the Collection of the Fotomuseum WinterthurArticle 11000390
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With 21 selected works by artists ranging from Diane Arbus to Bertien van Manen, from Lewis Baltz and Luigi Ghirri to Boris Mikhailov, Graham not only examines the creative process behind photographic works, but also questions the position of the photographer in our infinite world: “Painters as well as writers confront a void they have to fill with their efforts, summoning from imagination and recollection faces, dialogue, imagery, characters, and even colors. But photography from the world? It seems sometimes we have the opposite, but equally difficult prospect: the world is so full of matter, so brimming with potentially significant moments, objects, people, land, skies, light – all moving, shifting, second by second – that we are burdened with not an empty page, but an overflowing one.”
The exhibition was curated by Paul Graham and accompanied by the Collection brochure Set 10, as well as an anniversary compilation containing all ten Collection brochures from Set 1 to Set 10.
Dimensions: 90.5 x 128 cm
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