“Glauber’s work deals with the themes of raising children, of travel, of family—a specific family. Yet it is also the very common notion of loss, an ‘everyday’ loss, that we feel the most as parents, as mothers, going through the journey of raising our children, preparing them and ourselves for the day we will part and send them on their way, hopefully ready. And then be left with memories and moments.” —Elinor Carucci For thirty years, photographer Carole Glauber pointed her Brownie Hawkeye camera at her children as they did what children do–played outside with the hose, dug in the sand, twirled a hula hoop and as time goes by have a bar mitzvah, graduate from high school, marry. Presented chronologically in the book, the two boys grow up before the viewer’s eyes. But the utilization of the Brownie year after year producing images with the camera’s signature, ephemeral look, provides a consistent emotional content overlay, even as the sons change and grow. This is one family and their stories documented by a photographer who also happened to be a...
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