Bill Henson: Through the Darkness Creeping

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You’ll know a Bill Henson if you’ve seen one – they’re instantly recognisable by the quality of night he captures so effortlessly, by the cast of pre and mid-pubescent waifs nakedly inhabiting an empty, slightly dystopian landscape, by the drama and the everyday richness. John Kachoyan explores the first survey of the photographers work.
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