I do like the fact she documented a lot of mundane things. I like documenting things too. I wouldn't call a lot of what I do fine art though.
Photographs of the mundane usually only become interesting with the passing of time when viewed in context with current trends and fashions in clothing, cars, etc. The glimpse into the past is often what gives old pictures their appeal regardless of any additional attributes such as good composition and technical quality.
Originally Posted by Noble
To me it would seem her picture taking was a manifestation of some kind of mental disorder.
I think the same could be said of many artists.
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