Rocky Schenck: Photographs
"Each photograph is like a still taken from a movie that exists not on film but rather in one's memory, with all the fuzziness typical of remembered impressions. The viewer, willing or not, fills in the frames that precede and follow it. . . . When confronted by such compelling and seductive images, the viewer can hardly help but respond reflexively, amplifying, expanding,...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by University of Texas Press
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