Sunday, 3 March 2013


André Malraux amongst the photographs for 'Les Voix du Silence' (1951) the first part of which had been published as an essay 'Le Musée Imaginaire' or The Museum Without Walls in 1947. The Musée Imaginaire is a museum which exists in the imagination of the artist or according to Picasso a museum that chooses us rather than us choose it.

This is a very affective way to survey, edit, discard, add to and collate the components of a project. There are about 180 single photographs here or in the order of three times the number of pages that there are in a DR project.