It’s wonderful to see friend-of-the-podcast Zoe Strauss receive an over-the-top rave review from critic Roberta Smith in today’s New York Times. Strauss’s work is on view now at Bruce Silverstein Gallery in “Zoe Strauss: 10 Years, A Slideshow.”
Smith calls Strauss “one of photography’s great naturals,” and says that “her vision remains searingly her own, a relentlessly unvarnished view of human existence and its effect on nature that is as bleak as it is exuberant and, in this, disconcertingly inspiring.”
Strauss was the guest on Episode No. 10 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast. We talked just days before a major survey of her work would open at the Philadelphia Museum of Art — and just days after two people had been murdered on her street.
Image: Zoe Strauss, Vanessa, Philadelphia, 2006.
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