"I ask him [William Eggleston] how he thinks his photographs communicate.
Only if you study each one intentionally and using all of the intellect to decipher the image or observe every single thing that’s going on in it. I have to use the word decipher because, to view them on the surface is like considering them snapshots, which they are not. ‘ He points to the photograph, ‘This is deeper.’
I sit back again, looking at the sun’s reflection in the shine of the foil pie plate.
‘Do you keep looking at your pictures?’
Read the full interview in Art Review
Image: Installation view, William Eggleston: 2¼, David Zwirner, London, 2019