The Boys is A Collective Memory of Friendship

The Boys is not a memorial, but a celebration of a life well-lived. Combining portraits of Schatzberg and his closest friends from both the 70’s and the modern day, the book travels in between time, forcing two distinct moments to sit side-by-side. Blurry images of parties, laughter, hangout spots and old cars fold out to reveal the faces, and bodies, of these now older men. Years are squashed into paper. The wrinkles and scars collected through the last century all become evidence of the group’s lived experiences . It is collective, yet singular.”

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