By EW Staff
November 13, 1992 at 05:00 AM EST

Flesh & Blood: Photographers' Images of Their Own Families

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The most surprising, mysterious, and yet familiar photo book of the year, Alice Rose George, Abigail Heyman, and Ethan Hoffman’s Flesh & Blood: Photographers’ Images of Their Own Families assembles the pictures eminent photographers have taken of their families. Among the witty, impolite, and affecting works here are photos by Duane Michals, Sylvia Plachy, and David Hockney. Taken together they suggest that Tolstoy was wrong about families — whether happy or unhappy, they are as profoundly unlike as they can be. A

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