Faces are funny things. They are inordinately plastic and expressive, constantly changing according to our health, attitudes and moods—brightening and darkening, lifting and drooping, opening and closing—and always, inexorably in the process of ageing, whatever makeup or makeover manoeuvres we try to pull off.
Anatomy of Photography: Extracts 1982-2004
In the first publication of this work celebrated writer and critic Julian Stallabrass shows extracted text and images, taken from a much longer project intended to make sense of a photographer’s relation to the world. The piece was originally conceived as a book but has also been shown as a projection of photographs with a voice-over.