PRIVATE n.38 : Stories from the USA

PRIVATE n.38 (Autumn 2007)

Stories from the USA
[…] In this issue of PRIVATE , they are not images to be quickly rushed through like channel surfing on a television set. They are meant to be slowly appreciated for what they show us about America that we have not seen in the press or in images made by photographers who briefly visited the United States. [...] And one last thing – the final photograph, by Christopher Anderson – of a man – what is he doing? Screaming? Whatever it is – I can hear it loud – it says more about frustration in America than any others I have seen recently. (Robert Stevens)

Alan Chin, Hurricane Katrina: New Orleans; Boogie, New York – just like any other city; Brenda Ann Kenneally, Upstate girls; Bruce Gilden, Hell’s Kitchen; Christopher Anderson, Mardi Gras in New Orleans; Darcy Padilla, Pine Ridge; Indian Reservation; Ed Kashi, Wounded Vets; Edmund Leveckis, Loneliness; Marc Asnin, The “BIG A” Winter Horse Racing; Maura Sullivan, Selected Stories; Philip Stake, Jon and Jackie; Radcliffe Roye, The So-journ, Robb Kendrick: Faces of the West; Robert Yager, Playing With Fire

Eve Jones, Kari Edwards, Kelly Ann Malone, Laurence Overmire, Maria Lupinacci, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, Melanie Simms, Robert Stevens, Steven Manchester, Taylor Graham.

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