Jim Goldberg, Raised by Wolves by Jim Goldberg

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Raised by wolves Kurzinfo: Goldbergs now famous book about Runaways in the US. Portraits, bed stuff, objects, letters (all that in pictures) plus interviews and facsimile writing by youngsters who do not write much. It's not Weegee and not Larry Clark
 

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Published January 1, 1995 by Scalo Publishers. 315 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Photographer Goldberg (Rich and Poor, 1985, not reviewed) continues his experiment in photo-text montage with this disturbing and vivid depiction of teenage runaways.

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A large-format book about runaway and thrown-away kids, Jim Goldberg's Raised by Wolves sets new standards for documentary photography. Developing approaches employed in his landmark 1985 book Rich an

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A large-format book about runaway and thrown-away kids, Jim Goldberg's Raised by Wolves sets new standards for documentary photography.

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