A Photographer and Her Subject Share a Journey Over the Decades – The New York Times

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A Photographer and Her Subject Share a Journey Over the Decades – The New York Times

In the first pages of “An Autobiography of Miss Wish,” the reader meets Kimberly Stevens multiple times: In handwritten notes; dark, cinematic images; drawings of knives and books; and a beaming childhood portrait. Then there’s her psychiatric history written in detached clinical jargon, and a portrait of her prone, living on the street.