In Almost Every Picture # 7.
Edited by Erik Kessels and Joep Eijkens.
122 pp., Numerous black & white and color illustrations, 6¼x8".
This chronological collection begins in 1936, when a 16 year old Dutch girl picks up a gun and shoots at the target in a fairground shooting gallery. Every time she hits the target, it triggers the shutter of a camera, and a portrait of a girl in firing pose is taken and given as a prize. This series documents almost every year of the woman’s life up until present times, where at the age of 88 the woman still makes her pilgrimage to the Shooting Gallery.
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