Family photos, wrapping paper, icebergs — Leanne Shapton conjures ‘Ghost Stories’ from fragments – Los Angeles Times

Late in the book, Shapton makes the point explicit, reminding us, “Remember what you don’t get to see.” This is in a piece called “Chrysanthemum, Carnation, Anemone, Foxglove,” and it’s no coincidence they are all perennials — a category of living ghost, if we want to think of them that way. “It is there in the dark,” Shapton insists. “It was there. It is still there.”

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