Real Gone by Jim Lewis

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This tale of a crazy road trip pairs Pierson's seductive photographs with Lewis's free-floating reflections on the city as a magnet for high rollers and drifters of all stripes.

About Jim Lewis

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Born in 1960 and received a BFA from Boston's prestigious Massachusetts College of Art. Lewis has taught philosophy and literature at Columbia University and has written extensively about the visual arts for numerous national and international magazines and museum publications.
Published May 2, 1994 by Artspace Books. 56 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Attempting to combine color photos and story in a fashion that filters the road literature of Kerouac through the sensibilities of Jim Jarmusch and Generation X, Pierson and Lewis ( Sister ) have instead produced a helter-skelter non sequitur, a patchwork quilt of uninspired camera work and arty,...

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