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Henry Horenstein
Close Relations
 
  
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Close Relations
by Shannon Thomas Perich (Afterword), Tom And Ray Magliozzi (Introduction), Henry Horenstein (Photographer)
powerHouse Books (January 2007)

 
About the Photographer
Henry Horenstein has worked as a photographer, teacher, and author since the early 1970s. He is the author of over 30 books, including many monographs, like Honky Tonk (Chronicle Books, 2003), Humans (Kehrer Verlag, 2004), Creatures (Pond Press, 1999), Aquatics (Stewart, Taboni & Chang, 2002), Canine (Pond Press, 2001), and Racing Days (Viking Press, 1987). His textbooks have been used by hundreds of thousands of photography students over past 30 years. Horenstein lives in Boston and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design.
 
About the Contributors
Shannon Thomas Perich is an Associate Curator of Photography in the Photographic History Collection at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. She holds a master’s degree in Museum Studies from George Washington University, and a BA in Art History and a BFA in Photography from the University of Arizona. Her primary research interests within the history of photography are vernacular photography, Richard Avedon, tintypes, and the history of digital photography. Perich is currently writing a book about an Avedon photo shoot with John F. Kennedy and his family, for HarperCollins.
 
Tom and Ray Magliozzi are better known as Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers: Peabody Award–winning hosts of Car Talk. Over 4 million listeners each week hear this program on 600 National Public Radio stations. About the time the photographs in Close Relations were made, the Magliozzis were opening a do-it-yourself garage called Hacker’s Haven. 
  

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