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John Cohen Presents 'There is No Eye'


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Equally successful as a musician and film maker as he is a photographer, John Cohen is a true Renaissance man. Cohen first picked up a camera in 1954. At that time photography had not taken its place among the arts and was seen strictly as a utility for conveying information. Cohen abandoned this idea, and any notion of capitalizing on his images, and began to shoot what was close to him: music. Cohen produced deeply personal and intimate portraits of his contemporaries, iconic Bluegrass, Appalachian, and Beatnick artists like Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, Roscoe Holcomb, and Jack Kerouac among many others. Later, Cohen's curiosity for music, culture, and photography would take him abroad to Peru... eight times. Click here to read excerpt from 'There is No Eye'.