The sequence of photographs in ENDLESS PLAIN evokes a damaged world. Pathways and portals lead to places where things either fall apart or are incomplete. Once in a while we come across lonesome people and, as we approach the end of the trip, personas make surprising appearances suggesting the operation of supernatural influences.
While the photographs are of the "real" world, ENDLESS PLAIN is really a reflection of Tony's viewpoint. Not exactly a self portrait, rather a view of his sensibility.
Review by Andrew Molitor
Review by David Smith
"The photographs are full of wonder. But things fall apart. . . ."
- Daniel S.
"It's like Jacques Tati meets the Cohen brothers."
- Souki B.
"It's kind of violent."
- Ava M
"A trip . . . to the inside of Tony's head."
- John S.
"I don't know why anyone would be interested in this."
- Tony Fouhse
8.5 x 10.5 inches, 80 pages, 41 photographs, softcover.
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