Re: Psychological Motives for Pursuing Photography

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I am convinced this is her thesis. Maybe she should ask him. And even if she could - or did had she the opportunity before he passed - we'd have to take his response as his images. I envision a book down the pipes; it will be expensive and be purchased with deferred interest for four years, after which it will continue to accrue and increase in value long after it's out of print, or the 7th edition is replaced by a new idea.

On 8/31/11 9:48 PM, John Palcewski wrote:
But what about the various "psychological
needs" that Eisler says drove Stieglitz?  Doesn't this suggest that
creativity is a form of madness?

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