Private enemy, public eye: the work of Bruce Charlesworth
Aperture, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 96 pages
Bringing a filmmaker's sensibility to his work, Charlesworth's photographs embody the dislocation of modern society with subtle wit and wild abandon. Accompanied by an essay by Charles Hagen, former reviews editor of Artforum. 20 color and 20 black-and-white photos.
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