LensWork Quarterly #16.
Essays, Articles, and Portfolios on Photography and the Creative Process.


Text by Bruce Barnbaum, Raphael Shevelev, Darwin Marable, and Bil Jay, Photographs by Chip Forelli, Diane Kornberg, and Robert Vizzini.
LensWork Publishing, Portland, 1996. 94 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 7x8½".

The Winter 1996-97 is brimming with diverse portfolios of quiet landscapes, subtle still lifes, and a series of Cuban street scenes made with a Diana camera. Also of interest are an interview with Bill Jay, an examination of left brain/right brain teaching differences, and Bruce Barnbaum's attack on the 'humdrum school of photography' of Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, and the recent Perpetual Mirage exhibition.

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