Friday, June 04, 2004

August Sander. Reading Kimmelman is always frustrating. He gets off to good start this time until he quotes Richard Avedon; that just about killed the vibe. And there's nothing reactionary about Sander's work. It assumes a sort of moral seriousness that can be called conservative; there's a difference, and K. should know it. 

This was kind of funny. 

The editor said he likes the piece but doesn't know what to do with it. They're sending me a topic, or something to review. 

Kimmelman 10 years earlier.

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