Erik Kessels: In almost every picture 15
In almost every picture is a look at photography in the vernacular beauty of its creation and use. The intentions of its manifestation may evolve and change in the course of time. The meanings placed in and taken from the images may also heighten and become more potent as their context changes. Photography has become an integral part of our lives and tells the endless human stories that occur around us, often without us knowing, and marks the impressions and experiences we share in almost every picture.
From the introduction to #15:
‘We don’t have all the classic good looks and top-notch style as the man in these pictures. In almost every picture, he flaunts big muscles and gangster suits, suggesting he’s a boxer. A gladiator of his time. In one corner, is his right-hand man. The manager, promotor, brother, who knows? They have about the same mystery as the figure in the other corner, the hairy black monster.’
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