Photographs by Charlie White 
Hardcover; 112 pages
2 pounds; 8.75 x 0.75 x 11.75 inches
Full color images and complete details of Charlie White's three recent photographic projects. This is a thorough treatment of an artist whose images have explored the limits of pornography, the modern psychological landscape and the emotionally fraught relationship between self-perception and appearance. In an extended conversation with Lisa Anne Auerbach, White discusses the role of collaboration in his work and his relationship to American identity and L.A.'s image culture. Includes an Introduction by Ronald Jones and essays by Annabel Chong, William Deverell and Fred Alan Wolf.
EXCERPT: "Charlie's photographs express a moralizing flavor, and become allegories of human will, atrocities balanced by kindness, that infuse the particulars of our culture."-Ronald Jones, from the Introduction About the Author Charlie White was born in Philadelphia and received his BFA from New York's School of Visual Arts and his MFA from Art Center in Pasadena. His photos are exhibited extensively, as well as discussed in The Village Voice, Interview and Detour as well as in art journals. He lives in Los Angeles.