Charles Traub: Beach

New York: Horizon Press, 1978
“Vivid and compelling photos which are painful and provocative. They are poignant in their self- conscious stylization, and Traub is not without a sense of wit.”
–Peter Bunnel, Director
Princeton University Art Museum
“The habit of modern life is the subject of these fantastic photographs. We find them in the arena of the imagination that sees little difference between document and fantasy. It is a circus where uniform becomes costume, disfigurement becomes attraction.”
–David Travis, Curator of Photography
Art Institute of Chicago