Aired On: Mar 22, 2012
Connie Imboden discusses how an intuitive creative process has kept her fascinated in the same body of work throughout the years.
Connie Imboden has spent more than 30 years using photography to examine, distort and redefine the human body. Her work is in the collections of many major museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, the Bibliotheque Nationale in France and the Ludwig Museum in Germany. Her photographs have been exhibited in an extensive...
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