The New Yorker
July 9, 2007
January 3, 2005
The photographer, born in 1940, knew his subjects and documented them as a young man in his book "'...A Kind of Life': Conversations in the Combat Zone." Angier's portraits of the denizens of such places as teh Two O'Clock Club and the Mousetrap Cabaret are deeply humane, giving these objects of voyeurism a chance to look back at you.
December 1, 2004
Opening on December 3, the Roswell Angier exhibition will feature vintage black and white photographs from the artist's acclaimed 1976 book, A Kind of Life: Conversations in the Combat Zone (Addison House), images of strip clubs in Boston and one of the last surviving burlesque theaters in the United States.