Books: Charles Traub Looks at Life in 'Tickety-Boo'

By David Schonauer   Wednesday November 24, 2021

Photographer and educator Charles Traub’s new book Tickety-Boo (Damiani) “puts aside any attempt to describe a specific thing, like war or the theater of politics,” declares The Washington Post, adding that the Traub’s new work “serves as a response to the ever-evolving complexities of life.” Over the span of four years, Traub used a smartphone to record memories and sites as he went about his days, ultimately creating a series of diptychs to form what the publisher calls “a kind of pictorial completeness.”

Read the whole story at The Washington Post.


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