Gerald Slota

Sussler, Betsy
March 2007
Bomb;Spring2007, Issue 99, p94
This article examines the work of photographer Gerald Slota. It discusses the eerie relationship of Slota's photo-collages with family snapshots. Some of Slota's photographs are created by cutting and splicing negatives together. His photographs present familiar poses of anonymous men, women and children standing in front of modest homes.


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