John Wood

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angel flores jr - John Wood: A Photographer Who Refused to Think Like a Photographer | It’s instructive to compare the art in “On the Edge of Clear Meaning” with that in “The Pictures Generation,” at the Metropolitan Museum. Both attack the “purity” of the photograph, but from different angles. The Pictures artists embraced photography as a matter of convenience; it wasn’t painting and it was close to advertising, movies and television. Mr. Wood believed in the medium but felt that in its…

angel flores jr - John Wood: A Photographer Who Refused to Think Like a Photographer | It’s instructive to compare the art in “On the Edge of Clear Meaning” with that in “The Pictures Generation,” at the Metropolitan Museum. Both attack the “purity” of the photograph, but from different angles. The Pictures artists embraced photography as a matter of convenience; it wasn’t painting and it was close to advertising, movies and television. Mr. Wood believed in the medium but felt that in its…

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