Uncle Charlie is an extraordinary visual diary with text that details the life of Marc Asnin godfather, Charlie, and his struggles with mental illness, isolation, poverty and familial relationships. Marc Asnin has been photographing his Uncle Charlie for thirty years. The exhibition displays around forty black-and-white pictures and several large color prints, as well as a sound installation.
Marc Asnin is the winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Photography Award 2013 with the work on Uncle Charlie . Contrasto published a book in 2012.
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