Aired On: Sep 11, 2014
Henry Horenstein discusses work from his earliest days as a photographer in the 1970s, including images that led to his book Honky Tonk and other snippets from his 40-plus year career.
Henry Horenstein is a professional photographer, author and a professor of photography at Rhode Island School of Design. His 30-plus books range from monographs, such as Honky Tonk, Close Relations, Animalia, Show and Racing Days to some to the most widely used photography textbooks in classrooms, such as Black and White Photography, Digital Photography...
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