Conceived as a wordless statement on the nature of photography, See No Evil cuts through a broad swathe of subject matter from dignitaries at parades to farm animals at auction, from cabinet members to cowboys. In this cavalcade of tableaux—those that the protagonists helped create in the hope of being remembered and those so unintended and fleeting that they could only exist as a photograph—the public and the private intersect and the distinction between them dissolves.


100 pages
73 illustrations
11¼ x 15¼
Photographs: Neil Selkirk
Nazraeli Press
February 2006