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by Marianne Templeton LONDON, EN. In Milk and Melancholy, Kenneth Hayes identifies the milk splash as a recurring motif in photographic art from the mid-1960s until the mid-1980s, and asserts that this moment of lactic disturbance that reappeared “with the regularity of a trauma… was instrumental in overcoming the hegemony of Modernist painting and, at[…]