Thursday, May 18, 2006 | Copyright © 2006 Frank
Thursday, May 18, 2006 | Copyright © 2006 Frank Lynch. |
Does a picture need to be about "one thing," as many believe? Or can a picture be about an entirety, like Picasso's Guernica? There are some who believe a photo should lead your eye to a single element, but I've never agreed with that rule, no more than I've rejected the competing elements of an Ellington composition or something from Sun Ra. And here, the architects who designed the entrance of the Brooklyn Museum of Art: surely they knew that people would appreciate the patterns of the radii of the entrance, and see them for what they are. Brooklyn, New York. | Filed in Brooklyn.
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