The Last Day of Summer
Photographs by Jock Sturges. Essay by Jayne Anne Phillips.
Aperture, New York, 1992. 96 pp., 60 duotone plates, 9½x11½".
In recent years, Jock Sturges became widely known because the FBI entered his studio and seized his work, implying that the work violated child pornography laws. In actuality, Sturges has been photographing people whom he knows and cherishes and has produced a gentle and tender record of his friends, as these photographs can attest. "With The Last Day of Summer, Aperture accords to Jock Sturges's vision the dignity and respect it so richly deserves."--the publisher.
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