“The way I see it, especially with regard to the modern landscape, photography is no longer about finding the perfect image or capturing what is left of the beauty in the world. Instead, it is about realizing all those human exploitations that are relentlessly destroying the amazing grandeur and fragile life of this planet.”
Life has changed photography and art. It always has.
Art is all about our lives and our existence. It is a look at where we are as humans in any period of time we are in.
Art shows us who and what we’ve become, where we’ve been and where we might be headed.
Art is a kind of barometer for life.
If life seems terrible, the art reflects what it sees.
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