Photographs by Tina Enghoff.
Journal Publishers, Stockholm, 2004. 92 pp., 35 color illustrations, 8¾x10½".
Loneliness is both a basic
human emotion and fear; dying alone could be said to represent the ultimate
extreme of loneliness. Enghoff 's book puts pictures with those fears without
ever portraying a single person. She photographed the rooms and beds of
people who had died alone, arriving seemingly minutes after the bodies had
been removed. A chilling and thought-provoking body of work. DARIUS HIMES
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