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The Darkness: Photography by Bill Henson

Bill Henson  Untitled #3, 1998/1999/2000  Type C photograph  127 × 180cm

Bill Henson Untitled #3, 1998/1999/2000 Type C photograph 127 × 180cm

Consider, for example, loneliness — which, not surprisingly, usually gets left all alone on the dancefloor — and turn toward it. Move toward it, one step at a time, keeping your eyes open, becoming more sensitive to it, feeling its desperation, its craving for release from itself, its deeply branded ache, its investment in playing/dramatizing the unwanted or unloved one.-Robert Augustus Masters (bill henson)

Consider, for example, loneliness — which, not surprisingly, usually gets left all alone on the dancefloor — and turn toward it. Move toward it, one step at a time, keeping your eyes open, becoming more sensitive to it, feeling its desperation, its craving for release from itself, its deeply branded ache, its investment in playing/dramatizing the unwanted or unloved one.-Robert Augustus Masters (bill henson)

The Creation of a Fine Art Photograph with Polly Chandler

The Creation of a Fine Art Photograph with Polly Chandler

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