How do you make pictures of times long gone by? How do you show a lifetime’s worth of photographs in a small space? How do you talk about them when they are sitting on a virtual wall? Writer/Photographer, longtime L’Oeil correspondent Andy Romanoff faces these questions in The Long View, his installation at Photo L.A. Collect + Connect. To answer them he is showing a series of videos that feature him reading from his stories and memoirs illustrated by hundreds of photos made over the course of sixty-plus years. The stories tell of a life nearing eighty, a lifetime of...
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