Francesca Woodman and Marcel Duchamp

posted: 08-02-10
Francesca Woodman, Untitled
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The Duchampian ghost hangs heavy over the work of photographer Francesca Woodman, who is often described as the visual arts' answer to Sylvia Plath. But if Plath needed an answer, then the persistence of mystery -- the infrathin sense that resolution is on the tip of the tongue or eye -- in Woodman's heavily conceptual images may only open up new questions.

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