Compass Magazine's article Osceola Refetoff: The Authentic Character of Things as They Are features Osceola's infrared photo on the cover, as well as the "martini shot" on the last page, referencing the final shot of the day on a film shoot. Click on either image to read the full story by Shana Nys Dambrot.
And Framing the Desert is featured in the current Boom: A Journal of California. Los Angeles Times book critic David L. Ulin says, "Boom is a long overdue addition to the conversation regarding the state and its cultural life, a benefit to readers and writers alike." In the article, High & Dry's Christopher Langley explores how the "window" functions as not only a literal/architectural, but also as an optical/aesthetic and narrative/symbolic structure in framing the story of our desert landscapes.
Coming up in the Fall, High & Dry will have an piece on in Arid: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology. To keep up with all things High & Dry, please "like" our Facebook Page and subscribe below.
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