With an essay by Bill Holm In The Quiet Hours, Mike Melman records a vanishing era of Minnesota’s towns and cities through a series of seventy black-and-white photographs taken from 1985 to 2002. Working in the half-light of predawn hours, Melman brings a new perspective to familiar places. In his essay, Bill Holm compares Melman’s work to that of Walt Whitman and Carl Sandburg, artists who embrace and celebrate the urban experience.
The Quiet Hours
Subjects: Art & Art History