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A game of chess is played in a Brown University dorm room in autumn 1972. The Brownblotter shows ads for Jimmy's Pizza, the Trinity Square Repertory... more
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A game of chess is played in a Brown University dorm room in autumn 1972. The "Brownblotter" shows ads for Jimmy's Pizza, the Trinity Square Repertory Company, Newport Creamery and Jo-Art Copy Service.
Copyright Jeremy G. Butler.
Jeremy Butler set up a darkroom in his parents' utility room while in high school in Phoenix, around 1970. He pestered his friends relentlessly and ruthlessly throughout the 1970s--constantly thrusting the camera in their faces. But he never could afford to print all the images on some 100 contact sheets. Now that he has a scanner, he's gone wild rediscovering the images he shot during that decade. I guess it's just the law of averages that some of them are quite good. In the 1980s, Jeremy began shooting more color film. He had no access to a black-and-white darkroom and so the impetus to shoot B&W gradually faded. And he was an early convert to digital photography as the 20th century came to a close. These black-and-white images...
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