Ships from and sold by powells chicago. Presented chronologically, the 49 pictures here progress from mostly light, nearly recognizable images of people in familiar settings through fading portraits to almost black, abstract seascapes.
Jacobson began making out of focus images in 1989. Jacobson, Bill & Klaus Kertess, Bill Jacobson, 1989-1997, Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, 1998, ISBN 0944092489. After exhibiting in a number of group exhibitions, in 1993 he had his first New York solo show at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery. Entitled Interim Figures, these shadowy pale photographs are intended to evoke the loss experienced by so many during the height of the AIDS epidemic and the futility of capturing true human likeness in both portraiture and memory. Jacobson, Bill & Ian Berry, A Series of Human Decisions, Decode Books, Seattle, 2009, ISBN 9780979337345.
Bill Jacobson (Photographer), Klaus Kertess.
Bill Jacobson : Interim. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780944092484.
Song on Sentient Beings, gelatin silver print by Bill Jacobson, 1995. New Year’s Day, chromogenic print by Bill Jacobson, 2003. Bill Jacobson (b. Norwich, Connecticut, 1955) is an American photographer. Jacobson, Bill & Eugenia Parry, Photographs, Hatje Cantz Publishers, Stuttgart, 2005, ISBN 3775715622.
Bill Jacobson Song of Sentient Beings 1994-1997. Photographer Bill Jacobson: A Rare Look at the Evolution of an Artist - Gwarlingo. 6-1989 (c) Bill Jacobson.
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Bill Jacobson is an American photographer who was born in 1955 in Norwich, Connecticut. Jacobson, Bill, "Bill Jacobson 1989-1997, With a Story by Klaus Kertess", Santa Fe, New Mexico, Twin Palm Publishers, 1998. He earned a BFA in art and American studies from Brown University in 1977 and an MFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1981. Much of Jacobson's early work referenced the AIDS epidemic; the blurred portraits evoked a sense of loss that is an equally appropriate response to his later imagery of New York City.
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AbeBooks Title: Bill Jacobson 1989-1997. Publisher: Twin Palms. Publication Date: 1998.
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