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South of normal

William Eggleston exhibit presents casual as classic

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / November 30, 2008

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NEW YORK - What may be the most notable art photograph of the last 40 years shows a tricycle. That's it, a toddler's three-wheeler. It's kind of ratty, too, a definite Toys 'R Us reject. Sure, you can also see two ranch houses and a car in a breezeway, they're in the background, and a patch of dead grass, some ... (Full article: 1233 words)

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