66 Frames, by Gordon Ball

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66 Frames
by Gordon Ball

Coffee House Press, 1999
268 pages

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66 Frames is a chronicle into the life in the sixties, as he encounters Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg, alongside other visionary New York poets and iconic characters. His forays into working as assistant to film pioneer Jonas Mekas in his Third Avenue loft, visits with Andy Warhol at his Factory, witnessing antiwar marches constitute a unique journey through the decade that took visual imagery outside the box, beyond the frame.