Review: All the Days and Nights by Doug DuBois

A portrait of the artist as a family man



Just a little while ago, Doug Dubois was maybe the archetypical photographers’ photographer: An artist well known and deeply admired by other practitioners, but without the wider recognition that so many of his colleagues felt he deserved. Thankfully, there now is All the Days and Nights, which comprises Doug’s photography from 1994 onwards. Fifteen years of photography of his own family.