Daisy Woodward discusses the legacy of William Eggleston's mid-1980s work and his new 10-volume edition of The Democratic Forest, published by Steidl.
"I was treating things democratically, which of course didn't mean a thing to the people I was talking to. I already had different, massive series. I had been to Berlin and to Pittsburgh and completed huge bodies of work. From that moment everything from the boxes of thousands of prints made cohesive sense for the first time."
From the AnOther Magazine online posting from 3 December 2015.