John Szarkowski

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The photographs of Marie Cosindas are as real and as unlikely as butterflies. Their delicate otherworldliness refers to a place and time not quite identifiable – to a place with the morning-fresh textures and the opalescent light of a private Arcady, and to a time suspended, as in a child's long holiday. They are – as Marianne Moore said poems should be – imaginary gardens with real toads in them.feedback
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Jun 02 2017
John Szarkowski has most recently been quoted in an article called Marie Cosindas, Whose Photographs Brought Color to the Fore, Dies at 93. John Szarkowski said, “The photographs of Marie Cosindas are as real and as unlikely as butterflies. Their delicate otherworldliness refers to a place and time not quite identifiable – to a place with the morning-fresh textures and the opalescent light of a private Arcady, and to a time suspended, as in a child's long holiday. They are – as Marianne Moore said poems should be – imaginary gardens with real toads in them.”.
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