“To collect photographs is to collect the world,” – Susan Sontag This book showcases the remarkable collection of photographic prints, built by Frazier King. It was brought to the public view by Wendy Watriss, one of the founders of FotoFest, and is a visual and written exploration of the constructed photograph as created in the last decades of the 20th century and the first decades of the 21st century. The narrative explores how Mr. King’s own work with this type of image has resulted in a collection of constructed photographs and explains the varied nature of this category of image. The reader gets...
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