Arts and Culture
Summer camps offer brief encounters with utopia. Though usually located somewhere out in the wild, they are constructed, self contained domains, each fostering a worldview of its own. Dedicated to the collective living of an ideal existence, summer camps promote fantasy.“Summer Joins the Past,” Albert J. Winn’s series of photographs of abandoned Jewish summer camps in North America, offers a quiet yet eloquently evocative tour of these places out of time.
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