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  Contributor Biography:  J. Marcus Weekley 
 
J. Marcus Weekley received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi and holds a Ph. D. in English from Texas Tech University. He has published criticism in the Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia. A photographer and a creative writer, his photographs accompany the essays of Gail Folkins in Dance Hall Revival. Some of Weekley's images may be seen at www.flickr.com/photos/whynottryitagain2.

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arts >> Tillmans, Wolfgang

An important contemporary photographer, Wolfgang Tillmans synthesizes classic photographic genres, but has also pioneered in his photographic installations by utilizing innovative methods of presentation.

   

 

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