From David Geffin’s review of Jill Greenberg’s exhibition for Fstoppers:
Greenberg has paid her dues. She has spent decades as a successful portrait and commercial photographer, and pioneered the use of Photoshop and digital manipulation when Photoshop first launched.
But she’s had enough.
Frustrated with the appropriation of her work and technique, her new body of work is not just a beautifully abstract, visual collection of still life images—[it] has clear meaning behind it aimed at those who think copying, or using the photographic work others have produced, is ok.