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Daniel Gordon approaches photography with the
sensibilities and concerns of an object maker, and the relationship
between sculptural and photographic forms is a major force at play in
his work. He calls our attention to the surface of the paper,
emphatically challenging the notion of a photograph as a window into the
The imperfections visible in his constructions are the antithesis of the glossy perfection of so much photography today. Instead he shares an affinity with painters or sculptors - those that spend time making things in the studio.
Text extract by Eva Respini
Associate Curator Museum of Modern Art
CHOSEN BEST PHOTOBOOK OF 2013
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