American Wage Slaves: The Sadness of Life in the Seventies – In Pictures | art and design

The day before his father’s death, this self-portrait shows Hare grinning in an expression of intense emotion that might indicate either pain or joy. Recorded at Nicholl Knob, his favorite “place of power” overlooking the San Francisco Bay, it was selected from his “three late shots” for “incredibly perfect alignment with my fingertips right in sight.” According to Hare, the image’s alignment was more a matter of time than a place to synchronize his life prophetically with that of his father.

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