Stephen Shore's work has been widely published and exhibited for the past thirty years. His career began at the early age of fourteen, when he made the precocious move of presenting his photographs to Edward Steichen, then curator of photography at MOMA. Recognizing Shore's talent, Steichen bought th
Taking off from the Dutch 17th-century still life known as a vanitas, a work containing symbols of mortality, the photographer Laura Letinsky deploys props like half-nibbled sweets, wilted blossoms, dirty glasses and crumb-strewn tablecloths in artfully unartful arrangements that are as flatly unders
French Canadian artist Robert Polidori creates meticulously detailed, large-scale colour photographs. Polidori, now living in New York, has exhibited widely in the US, France and Germany and had his first solo exhibition in the UK, at Flowers Central in September 2005.
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