Posted: May 13, 2013 Filed under: Art, Essay, Photo essay, Photography, Travel, Writing | Tags: Albee Foundation, Edward Albee, Montauk, photography, travel
Posted: August 30, 2012 Filed under: Essay, Photography, Travel | Tags: Athens, cities, crisis, EU, Greece, politics, travel, urban landscapes
This just up at The Margins, with photos, one last dispatch from Athens, this time with hookers, junkies, immigrants, and cops.
At night, the junkies take over the square. They are almost vaporously thin, like the dead even before they shoot up. They have ruined most of their veins and bend forward to stick the needle in the backs of their knees or other parts of their legs. The happy ones are curled up fetally, oblivious to everything. A tall South Asian man with a tense, fierce face asks me several nights in a row if I want anything. “Hash? Junk? Anything?”
Read the whole story here.
Posted: August 23, 2012 Filed under: Art, Essay, Photography, Travel | Tags: apocalyptic visions, Athens, cities, crisis, graffiti, Greece, photography, travel, urban landscapes, walking