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"A year and change into father's diagnosis, his nightly calls began to become more frequent. My sister and I, his youngest children, spent countless hours in his room caring for him as his body gave up. Many nights we'd leave his room both knowing his condition was getting much worse, but we chose to say nothing of it." (© Rahim FORTUNE)
"This photo volume, 'I can't stand to see you cry' by Rahim FORTUNE is an exploration of Texas and the surrounding states, as well as the people who are fixed within its complex landscape. He analyses relationships between family, friends and strangers, all caught in a flood of health and environmental issues while working to maintain grace. In his photo book debut, Rahim FORTUNE uses his own personal experiences to explore the friction between public and private life, and the unspoken tensions in daily life through an approach rooted in the landscape. Moreover, Fortune’s biographical approach to photography attempts to unpack his own identity and experience in the midst of a pandemic, civil unrest, a cross-country move, a career, and the loss of a parent, thinking about both the future and past."
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