Behind the grocery bags
Robert Adams and the world that went wrong
As a rule, I can’t relate to landscapes. Oh, I like them as elements in films, like in Antonioni and Barry Lyndon, where they make their statement and then go away so I can look at people again. But when someone puts one on a wall for me to look at, my mind wanders. I know this reveals my lack of sophistication. I recognize Turner’s genius, but after a …
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