Only one person at the Japanese-American Internment Camp knew in advance that he would be living in the Arizona desert. He felt prepared for this experience. He wasn't.
He wasn't prepared to fall in love, either.
Sandy Kinnee is best known for his work on shaped, handmade paper. His work in in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, Brooklyn Art Museum, Museum of New Mexico, Phoenix Art Museum, University of Michigan Art Museum, New Britain Museum of American Art, and many private and public collections. Part of each year he spends in France, where he writes and takes photographs. This series of books assembles the poems, short stories and photography into the themes that have gained critical mass over the years.
Swimmers Splashing Gepubliceerd op 01 dec 2014
Ordinary Happiness Gepubliceerd op 02 mar 2014
Squint Harder Gepubliceerd op 20 feb 2014
Painted Carnac Gepubliceerd op 17 feb 2014
Peaches in Paris & Limes in Venice Gepubliceerd op 25 dec 2013
Brooms In Situ Gepubliceerd op 24 dec 2013
All But One of My Plaid Shirts Gepubliceerd op 24 dec 2013
Just Look At The Pictures Gepubliceerd op 16 dec 2013