“Neaman has a third eye that sees the beauty in death in everyday life. Not just a collection of beautiful pictures, it's also a collection of poetry, anecdotes, facts and song from the slightly macabre to the charmingly innocent.”–Don Howell
A surprisingly lively compendium of dead stuff. “Guts are not so delightful”, said Neaman's six-year-old niece as they examined a squished frog on a country road. This observation was the catalyst for Dead Stuff—a curiosity cabinet of images and text. This collection is like a Japanese zuihitsu (an expanded list) of some of Neaman's favorite death-related images embellished by myth, song, an augury, observation, and descriptive captions. Memory is preserved in a tombstone, life is revealed in the work fractured bones of the slaves buried in New York City’s African Cemetery. Dead stuff is not so dead. $25.00
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