Plachy brings an indisputable European aesthetic to her work, especially documenting life in New York City. Moody, even surreal but tangible. I feel my toes squishing through clay whenever I see her images. Her origins in Hungary and her early apprenticeship with Andre Kertesz bode her well through the years. Her book Unguided Tour is a must-have on every photographer’s book shelf. The Tom Waits record in the back is a bonus.
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