Mar 16 -

"You might think of it as a girl’s visual equivalent of “Catcher in the Rye.” It may be sentimental, overwrought, precious and narcissistic, but for all that, it remains a poignant record of adolescent joy, fear, ambition and angst. It was not only her body that [Francesca Woodman] exposed — she bared her soul too, and that is a rare and beautiful thing."

(Source: The New York Times)

pretty typical. and just me here.