The Nature of Imitation


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The Nature of Imitation
by Yola Monakhov Stockton

Published by Schilt Publishing
Image credit: Yola Monakhov Stockton / Schilt Publishing

‘While understanding photography as a craft as well as an art, she pushed against its limitations. A painting or a drawing, unlike a photograph, is not bound to its subject. In the studio, an artist is free to take creativity wherever it leads… For Yola, birds are a metaphor for her photography—for the ability to fly into freedom while remaining, at times, captured or tethered.’

Excerpt from foreword by Elisabeth Biondi

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