Al Zaruba on Authenticity: Skimming the Surface

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Skimming the Surface? Alzaruba on Authenticity

I chose one of John Stezaker’s photo collages from his show at the Rubell Collection. Easy to miss, they are surprisingly powerful, but physically small images- a simple idea of using two ‘found’ dated images that gives a fresh wallop that is disconcerting, uneasy and reflective of our age. Is the cave half full or empty?

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