An American in Paris:
A Profile of Photographer Jeanne Hilary
PARIS 1995 — Before she served supper one night earlier this year, photographer Jeanne Hilary constructed the table on which it would be served: a sawhorse and plywood affair, covered with a cotton dropcloth that descended all the way to the floor. In the center she placed a precarious platform made of an iron pipe and cardboard and began dripping candles on it, then standing them in the molten wax…
Read the full article, orginally published in the Chicago Tribune, April 2, 1995.
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