Photographs by Scot Sothern.
Stanley/Baker, London, 2011. 96 pp., 43 black & white illustrations, 8½x7".
Lowlife is a chronicle of man with a nasty little secret; in the 1980-90 Scot Sothern spent his nights in the company of the prostitutes of Los Angeles, documenting his experiences with his camera and note book. 20 years on Sothern’s images and literary vignettes have been brought together by Stanley Barker to form the monograph: Lowlife.
Read Colin Pantall’s review of Lowlife in photo-eye Magazine.
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