Barbara Levine has been collecting photographs for decades. As the co-author of “People Kissing” and “People Knitting,” Levine combs flea markets, giveaway piles and eBay for old photos of anonymous people, which she curates into themed collections.
“I look for patterns and trends the pictures reveal,” Levine, who is based in San Francisco, told The Washington Post. “I consider them artifacts and try to reveal something not seen at first glance.” The pattern that presented itself for her latest book? Fishing. But not just people fishing — women fishing.
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