THE ARTIST PROJECT: Eve Sussman On William Eggleston
"It’s the things that defy history and defy technology that I think are the most powerful." A photograph the daily: an oven, a shower, a corner television, are only the surface of William Eggleston's art. Eve Sussman sees the his work as full of mystery and knows that the audience will never know if he intended it that way.
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