Open All Night (2020)

Open All Night Ken Miller William T. Vollmann Open All Night In Open All Night Ken Miller s images and William T Vollmann s unflinching reportage combine to present an unsettling and potently authentic document of our time Imbued with a hyperreal poignancy Mi
  • Title: Open All Night
  • Author: Ken Miller William T. Vollmann
  • ISBN: 9780879515713
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
Open All Night Ken Miller William T. Vollmann In Open All Night, Ken Miller s images and William T Vollmann s unflinching reportage combine to present an unsettling and potently authentic document of our time Imbued with a hyperreal poignancy, Miller s photographs reveal an America peopled by outsiders skinheads, electroshock patients, addicts, prostitutes the same people real and imagined, who inhabit the novelIn Open All Night, Ken Miller s images and William T Vollmann s unflinching reportage combine to present an unsettling and potently authentic document of our time Imbued with a hyperreal poignancy, Miller s photographs reveal an America peopled by outsiders skinheads, electroshock patients, addicts, prostitutes the same people real and imagined, who inhabit the novels of William T Vollmann In tandem they present a stark yet human landscape in images and words of a world they both know intimately.
Open All Night Ken Miller William T. Vollmann

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  1. knig

    Miller is supposed to be really, really good I m just not sure at what Obviously he s gone round the bazaars in San Fransisco s underbelly, and cherry picked some pretty respectable down and outs, as far as that goes What I would do, I would capture the moment in real time unaffected and natural What Miller does, he starts staging This strike a pose alleged defiance perhaps confers a sliverette of legitimacy on some of these pot crack whore skin heads, dues ex machina This I get But see If someo [...]

  2. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis

    Ken Miller is responsible for introducing William T Vollmann to the Tenderloin and various assorted portions of the unseen sectors of the world, writing about which would make a small name for Vollmann Readers of Bill s fiction will recognize Ken as The Photographer from Butterfly Stories, the sheetrock guy from Thirteen Stories Thirteen Epitaphs, and various and sundry miscellaneous appearances No Ken, no Bill These 45 photographs are each accompanied by a short text drawn from Bill s earlier w [...]

  3. Tiffini

    This book is awesome It is very Diane Arbus esque examining the underbelly of the Haight Ashbury District of the 1980s I personally love this book for its documentation of Skinheads in the early 80s SF Skinz which was rarely done pre Geraldo Oprah If you are a collector of subculture you should definitely check out this book and William T Vollmann s book Rainbow Stories based upon the same groups of people.

  4. Bryan

    Miller s pictures speak for themselves Though Vollmann is a writer I m coming to like and , his text was unnecessary.

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