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Roswell Angier

The New Yorker

July 9, 2007

Angier, whose previous show in this space focussed on the denizens of Boston's gritty Combat Zone, is clearly drawn to the dark end of the street.
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The New York Times

January 7, 2005

His documentary pictures of strippers and pimps are not sensational but matter-of-fact, tender and sad.
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The New Yorker

January 3, 2005

The photographer, born in 1940, knew his subjects and documented them as a young man in his book "'...A Kind of Life': Conversations in the Combat Zone." Angier's portraits of the denizens of such places as teh Two O'Clock Club and the Mousetrap Cabaret are deeply humane, giving these objects of voyeurism a chance to look back at you.
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Black & White Magazine

December 1, 2004

Opening on December 3, the Roswell Angier exhibition will feature vintage black and white photographs from the artist's acclaimed 1976 book, A Kind of Life: Conversations in the Combat Zone (Addison House), images of strip clubs in Boston and one of the last surviving burlesque theaters in the United States.
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