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Book Review

Georgia O'Keeffe

by Rachel Jagareski

Not just one of the most renowned women artists, Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the most iconic American artists. Her challenges and sustained dedication in achieving this status were great. This new collection of photographs and essays... Read More

Book Review

Polar Tales

by Rachel Jagareski

Fredrik Granath and Melissa Schäfer spend months each year documenting wildlife in Norway’s Svalbard region, a “ground zero of global warming” Arctic environment that they characterize as the “roughest and toughest,” but also... Read More

Book Review

Cairo Inside Out

by Kristine Morris

Trevor Naylor’s "Cairo Inside Out", created in collaboration with photographer Doriana Dimitrova, began with the desire to capture the unique quality of Cairo’s afternoon light, but wound up accomplishing so much more. It reveals the... Read More

Book Review

Children of Grass

by Matt Sutherland

Eighty poets under the influence of Walt share a poem and a comical pose in this winning collection of portraiture and poetry. That the two complement each other so well in coffee-table format is the unexpected delight. On the Rocks I... Read More

Book Review

Baltimore Lives

by Rachel Jagareski

"Baltimore Lives" collects 101 black-and-white portraits of residents of the city’s neglected neighborhoods by John Clark Mayden. As noted in the eloquent foreword, they show “the everyday beauty and pain of Black life in... Read More

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