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William Larson

The New York Times

June 18, 2015

Before there was email or the Internet, there was the revolutionary fax machine.

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Daily Serving

May 20, 2015

Each unique, grayscale print combines graphic marks and photo collage to produce a visual stutter of image, text, and line; like a cross-section of a hurricane, Larson’s work highlights possible instants in the continuum of images electronically whirling around us everyday.

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The New Yorker

May 18, 2015

These startling black-and-white images where made electronically four decades ago, using signals transmitted by fax machines.

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Collector Daily

May 1, 2015

In art, as in life, timing can be everything. William Larson’s collages, done with the electronic aid of teleprinters, were out of step with the photographic majority when he made them between 1969-75. Now, they arrive for exhibition in New York as many younger artists involved with photography are bored by realism and once again in the throes of an obsession with process and non-traditional image making.

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