Christenberry’s sculpture, with all its carpentry and neon tubes, also seems to me heavy with technique, but his photographs are absolutely direct. Armed with a brownie camera that he had owned since childhood, Christenberry began making pictures in his native Alabama shortly after he discovered the photography of Walker Evans…

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The Washington Post
By Paul Richard

Published on April 24, 1973