The Bone House

Essay by Eugenia Parry

This is a retrospective look at the work of one of the late twentieth century’s most profound and disturbing artists. For this collection Joel-Peter Witkin has personally selected his finest images, ranging from his early Coney Island “freak show” studies to his most recent work. Witkin’s portraits of subjects both living and dead have disturbed countless viewers for their unwavering viewpoint and magically grotesque compositions. The artist’s sojourn, with each photograph a station along his path, veers between oblivion and salvation.

November 1998
10 x 10 inches
92 Four-color Plates
196 Pages

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