By Isabella Seniuta On September 11th, 2019, the newspaper California published an article that went largely unnoticed. This article mentioned the death of the American photographer Chauncey Hare without any more details. Born in 1934, the author of Interior America (1978), died in May, forgotten. Camille Balenieri, a researcher in history of photography, was the only one to have met him recently. Until the end, Chauncey Hare remained a mystery for those who had the opportunity to approach him. Camille Balenieri, author of the PhD thesis The art of resisting. Chauncey Hare, a political photographer in the United States, from the 1950s to today, is...
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