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Caught in a Beam of Light

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Andrea Torres Balaguer

“I think photographs should be provocative and not tell you what you already know. It takes no great powers or magic to reproduce somebody’s face in a photograph,” Duane Michals once said. When you look at Balaguer’s photos, you can’t help but think of Michals’ influence. Balguer has spoken about her fascination with Michals’ work, frequently citing him as her biggest inspiration. In some ways, her work can be seen as a homage to the great photographer: ‘The Unknown’ and ‘Moon’ are two series which depict women with their faces covered or backs turned away from the camera.