THE ARTIST PROJECT: William Wegman On Walker Evans's Postcard Collection
"Something will catch my eye and I’ll spend more time than I ever expected I would, in the same way that I would in a museum." William Wegman reflects on the color, subjects and retouch in Walker Evan's artistic source material, his postcard collection.
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