Like Talking to a Wall: Some Further Thoughts on Photography

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“The camera,” wrote R.H. Wilenski in The Modern Movement in Art, “was an element in the industrial revolution. It was a labour-saving device which, like all labour-saving devices, rendered certain standards of judgement out of date.”

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