Photographs and chronology by John Coplans.
powerHouse Books, New York, 2002. 160 pp., 109 duotone and 25 black-and-white illustrations, 9x13¼".
Coming to photography in his late fifties-the time of life that Plato associates with philosophy-Coplans brought along a wealth of experiences, including years as a painter, magazine editor, and museum director. His photographs of his body stem from an intellectual curiosity cultivated over his 80+ year life. The results are concerned with, and illustrate, the importance of 'seeing,' of a repeated gazing at something that is at once so very familiar, and yet which holds such great mystery.
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