What happens when one celebrated art photographer named Collier teams up with another celebrated art photographer named Collier? We’ll find out this summer at Luma Arles in Arles, France, when Collier Schorr curates a show of her work juxtaposed with pieces by her New York contemporary Anne Collier. The show, “Shutters, Frames, Collections, Repetition,” may intrigue because of a shared name, but actually this pairing makes perfect sense: both Colliers have long focused their lenses on depictions of women, mass media, and the fetishism of photography itself.
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