Leon Borensztein’s heart-wrenching new book is a love story of a parent and child. It weaves a single father’s personal journal with pictures of his severely disabled daughter. He talks to Susan Burnstine.
courtesy of black + white photography magazine (uk) october issue #194
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Portraits of the real America in the 70's:
Leon Borensztein, Polish photographer who emigrated in search of the American dream, and what you see is a society with problems and difficulties.
American Portraits 1979 - 1989: Artist Captures The Essence Of Life On Frontier USA - Flashbak
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