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November 19, 2018



Why (almost) no people in any of these photos!? They are fascinating to look at, but somehow "empty" and unreal.

Mick H

That air of unreality, like a film set, is deliberate, I'm sure. The conspicuous absence of people is, we are told, "reminiscent of the work of photographers like Stephen Shore, Robert Adams and others from the New Topographic movement".

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