Photographer Laura Letinsky talks about her series Ill Form and Void Full, as she prepares to open her exhibition at The Photographers' Gallery.
Laura Letinsky has developed her practice since the late 1990s through meticulously composed still life photographs influenced by 17th Century Renaissance painting. Using a large format camera in a controlled studio environment, her work resembles the aftermath of a meal, where stained tablecloths, spilled wine and squashed, misshapen fruit allude to mortality, frustrated desire and melancholy.
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