Mundane Mysteries

Lustfeldt, Heather
September 2001
Art Papers Magazine;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p12
The article focuses on the photographs taken by photographer Deanna Dikeman. The author inferred that Dikeman received critical attention when she started taking pictures of suburban landscapes and her relatives. She averred that Dikeman took candid photographs in black and white that represent touching scenes of home-life. She added that Dikeman used a documentary approach when shooting pictures in black and white and an abstract approach when using color.


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