Skinscapes: Atlanta photographer Jill Larson

Richmond, Susan
January 2001
Art Papers Magazine;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p15
The article features the photographs by Atlanta photographer Jill Larson. The photograph "Growth," offered close-up of aged and aging skin. In his previous series titled "Markings," Larson turned camera toward skin stamped by bruises, birthmarks, varicose veins, and age spots. She photographed her young son Nathaniel in another series of her work entitled "Age Three."


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