As if it were a time capsule, Øyvind Jonas Jellestad’s When The Crowd Cries offers readers a chance to go back in time, back to a time at which Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe drove the styles of portrait and fashion photography. Providing us with nearly eighty pages of black and white film, the book serves as a catalog featuring the late model AnneGrethe Fuller. Jellestad shot the photos between 1979 and 1984, while he was working as a freelance photographer in Norway; the first edition of the book was not published until May 2017.
A book review by Cori Amato Hartwig
Crooked Teeth Literary Magazine