A museum attendant who always wears his reading glasses on top of his regular pair. A one-legged passer-by who decorates his crutches with fresh flowers. Where is clothing to be found? Where is the body and how does it move? Giene Steenman lays it on the line: this is what a glove looks like, how this woman wears western boots, how that man chooses to wear his shirt. It becomes a photographic study of various manifestations of clothing and the body eschews the mainstream of fashion for the everyday, the particular, sounding out the limits of fashion as it proceeds.
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Book Description 010 Publishers, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG906450539X