Photographs by Miguel Calderón.
Turner / A&R,
256 pp., 200 color illustrations, 6½x8½".
When Miguel Calderón's grandfather died he left Calderón a box of unexplained images, photographs and newspaper cut-outs of a man with various women. Calderon's republication of that material intermixes it with aphorisms from Mexican writer Guillermo Fadanelli and excerpts from Philip Roth's Sabbath's Theater. Without pretense or judgments, the artist presents the intimate, unsolved mystery of a loved one gone.
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