A wall of photos in D’Agostin’s new studio, from some of his first to some of his most recent. “The large one of the walking man represents the beginning of my vision,” he says. “I waited for the right person to intersect with all these shapes to form the correct architecture and tension. When I put it in the enlarger for the first time in 2005, I knew it was the direction I wanted to go in. A print of that photograph has just been added to the collection of the Library of Congress this month.”
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A wall of photos in D’Agostin’s new studio, from some of his first to some of his most recent. “The large one of the walking man represents the beginning of my vision,” he says. “I waited for the right person to intersect with all these shapes to form the correct architecture and tension. When I put it in the enlarger for the first time in 2005, I knew it was the direction I wanted to go in. A print of that photograph has just been added to the collection of the Library of Congress this month.”