Lone Visions, Crowded Frames.
Essays on Photography.
Essays by Max Kozloff.
University of New Mexico,
352 pp., 81 halftones and 12 color illustrations, 6¼x9¼".
Both entertaining and enlightening, this third collection of essays by Max Kozloff is a commentary on everything from portraits by Avedon, Goldin, and Beaton to recent war photography, views of the toxic landscape, and an ad for Thomas's English muffins. Though respectful for the power of photography, Kozlof is not intimidated by its pervasiveness as he unravels the mysteries of photography including digital imagery and other new technologies, delineating what we can and cannot learn from photographs.
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