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- DescriptionVerene walks right into the lives of his folks, showing you how they are, without any embarrassment on either side. Their togetherness is taken for granted so openly that the viewer feels at each moment like one of them, a member of the clan. Verene's color [is] tender, warm and sensual, though stops well short of being glamorous . . . flooding them all with a strange, sweet romance. These pictures convey his bittersweet fondness for a smaller world in which he grew up but longer shares, but which has lessons to teach him about the inroads of ageing, disability and other difficulties. People do what they can to help each other and themselves, all from 'leaking boats.' Meanwhile, the dark room and the night bring tidings of their isolation. Many viewers are familiar with visits back home in this mood, which Verene renders lumius and fatal.
Max Kozloff, The Theater of the Face: Portrait Photography Since 1900
- PublisherTwin Palms Publishing,U.S.
- Date of Publication01/03/2010
- Place of PublicationSanta Fe
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintTwin Palms Publishing,U.S.
- Content Note80 colour illustrations
- Weight1724 g
- Width310 mm
- Height360 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Photographer(s)Chris Verene
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