Photographs by Andrea Modica. Essay by E. Annie Proulx. Introduction by Maria Morris Hambourg.
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1996. 88 pp., 40 duotone illustrations, 9¾x11½".
Signed copies available!
Andrea Modica is a young photographer whose work has emerged in the last five years. Critically acclaimed, her photographs are collected here for the first time--a rich, empathetic, and often wrenching study of small-town family life in upstate New York. The book focuses on the life of one young girl and her extended family and friends, revealing pathos and humanity without using the varnish of sentimentality and spectacle. "[Modica's photographs] seem effortless, unforced, like radiant gifts".--Sally Mann.
Technically out-of-print. Supply limited.
Limited edition contains a signed book and print in a cloth case.