This past summer, M+B Photo in Los Angeles presented a fantastic exhibition of the work of Bob Mizer. It was too good to overlook so, better late than never, here it is. “I feel more strength now than ever before, but this strength, this driving energy, shall be carefully bridled and directed with wisdom . . . My ambition is everything — pleasure, physical sensations mean nothing compared to great accomplishments.” – Bob Mizer in a letter to his mother from a prison work camp, May 28, 1947. Born in Hailey, Idaho in 1922, Mizer began his exploration and documentation of […]
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