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Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power

In 2005, Andrea Fraser wrote that, whether one’s name is attached to an institution or not, anyone associated with the art world is, by default, a participant in the institution; her statement amounted to an invocation to participate in repairing a broken system.

Bruce Davidson: Survey

A photograph, like a chance or an oath, is something taken. This is an idiom that goes unexamined. But the verb also implicitly charges photography with some unspoken crime, a visual theft or trespass.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2016

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