As for Robert Avakian’s “Firefly” and Susan Richards’s “Moth (Studio Noir),” they take us to the very heart of photography. Both center on vivid splashes of light, rectangular or nearly so. They remind us that curation and color and allusion and composition and framing and cropping and the rest are nothing without illumination. If photography were a Faulkner novel, it’d be “Light in August” — and every other month, too."
-Mark Feeny, The Boston Globe