Altering life by holding it still.

In Art on October 4, 2008 at 4:02 pm

Andy Warhol ca. 1963

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is now featuring a collection of over 20 photographers in an exhibition called “Photography on Photography.”  



The exhibit is an eclectic blend of photographs ranging from portraits of an Alabama sharecropping family in the 1970s to photos of Andy Warhol taken in a photo booth.  The Times called this collection “better than the first, largely because of its variety of works (by artists male and female, young and old, American and European, famous and fledgling.)”



The exhibition is only in the Met until October 19th so hurry up while you still can.  Go on, take a field trip.


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