Tuesday, April 13, 2010
You imagine the carefully pruned, shaped thing that is presented to you is truth.
That is just what it isn't. The truth is improbable, the truth is fantastic;
it's in what you think is a distorting mirror that you see the truth. Jean Rhys
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century A 1972 photo of a Georgian family picnicking near
a medieval monastery, part of a series taken in this retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.