In Almost Every Picture.
Edited by Erik Kessels. Text by Tyler Whisnand
KesselsKramer, Amsterdam, 2002. 176 pp., 86 color illustrations, 6¼x7¾".
In Almost Every Picture
Edited by Erik Kessels. Essay by Tyler Whisnand.
A collection of hundreds of photos taken by a husband of his wife during the years 1956-1968, In
Almost Every Picture is a remarkably consistent
group of images, relaxed yet arranged, amateur
yet professional, everydayyet unique. At the center of each photograph is the wife, gracefully
posed, captured in different places over the years.
She ages, her hairstyle changes, likewise her taste
in fashion. But if viewers feel that through these
pictures they have come to know the photographer and his wife, they are very wrong. The collection of images that appears in In Almost Every
Picture was found at a flea market in Spain-if any
relatives of the artist or his subject come forward,
the photos will be dutifully returned.
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