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End Frame: Albert Watson’s Strong Influences

October 2, 2010

By Jacqueline Tobin

© WEEGEE/INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY/GETTY IMAGES

Gun shop, 1942, by Weegee.

Albert Watson says his work has always been influenced by the “graphic designer” element in him (see “Reflections on Style,” page 40, PDN October), an esthetic he acquired while attending art college in Dundee, Scotland. “There is a lot of similarity between graphics and photography because both disciplines tend to work with, and within, a rectangle,” he says. In that...

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