"André was very talkative that day. As he spoke, I kept photographing. He seemed lonely and frail, having lost his wife. He reflected on how much he missed her. He was very reflective. I thought to myself that it seemed he didn't have much longer to be with us..."
Polish artist Tadeusz Kantor claimed that if an item is not capable of fulfilling its main function in reality—then it regains its message (and meaning) in the world of art. These inventive assemblage photographs give fresh form to the old idea of "ready-mades."