Aperture editor Melissa Harris’ A Wild Life: A Visual History of Photographer Michael Nichols initially reminded The Unseen Eye of those “Great Man (or Great Woman”) biographies he read when he was young, books full of passion and single-mindedness. The Eye loved them because they were exciting and inspiring. Ms. Harris manages to guide us in our armchair traveling, exploring...
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