Stranger than Fiction.
Photographs by Jim Stone.
Light Work, Syracuse, 1993.
40 duotone illustrations, 10x8".
Diapered man who likes whipped cream is sought. Boy holds up bank teller for lollipop. Glider pilot crushed to death by saguaro. If you find the ridiculously true but strange in life fascinating then this innovative artist book by Jim Stone is for you. Articles assembled from daily newspapers are juxtaposed with Stone's observant, witty environmental portraits that make "reality seem strange and the documentarian's truth appear somewhat fictitious."--the publisher. A beautifully printed and designed book that supports Gary Winogrand's statement that "There is nothing as mysterious as a fact clearly described."
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