Framing the Shot
Jeff Wall’s words pit the art historian against the conceptualist
Selected Essays and Interviews
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There is nothing unique or even special about the phenomenon of artists who write with distinction about art generally and their own practices in particular. History provides numerous examples—Leonardo's great notebooks, Reynolds's Discourses, Vasari's Lives, and Delacroix's journals and letters among them. The twentieth century, with its enthusiasm for manifestos and credos, proves almost embarrassingly rich in this
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