From Abbie Mailer-Howat’s post regarding Henry Horenstein’s exhibition “Histories” for the Wallpaper* blog In pictures: the W* photography desk’s daily digest of visual inspiration:

Comprised of photographs drawn from the artist’s private collection, New York’s ClampArt is currently exhibiting Henry Horenstein’s “Histories: Tales from the 70s.” (The show is accompanied by a 144-page monograph.)

In the late 1960s, Horenstein was instructed to ‘Shoot what you love’ by his Rhode Island School of Design professor Harry Callahan. With such a reputable mentor, it’s understandable that this advice might be followed literally. For this solo exhibition, Horenstein has selected some of his favorite images captured across the following decade.

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