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Photos To Remember: John Buchbinder Uses Pictures To Combat Alzheimer’s Memory Loss

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"Angel's Wings" by John Buchbinder.

"Brain Waves" by John Buchbinder.

"Double Rays" by John Buchbinder.

"Erosion" by John Buchbinder.

"Stormy Weather" by John Buchbinder.

A visitor admires John Buchbinder's photography, which is on view as part of the exhibit

A visitor admires John Buchbinder's photography, which is on view as part of the exhibit "Look at the Book" at the Southampton Arts Center. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

John Buchbinder's photography is on view as part of the exhibit

John Buchbinder's photography is on view as part of the exhibit "Look at the Book" at the Southampton Arts Center. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

John Buchbinder and Nikki Shomer. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

John Buchbinder and Nikki Shomer. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

Peter Strugatz flips through one of John Buchbinder's memory books, on view at the Southampton Arts Center in the exhibition

Peter Strugatz flips through one of John Buchbinder's memory books, on view at the Southampton Arts Center in the exhibition "Look at the Book," as Marta Kazandjian and the photographer look on. COURTESY MARTA KAZANDJIAN

Nikki Shomer and John Buchbinder at the opening of

Nikki Shomer and John Buchbinder at the opening of "Look at the Book" at the Southampton Arts Center. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

Nikki Shomer, John Buchbinder and Marta Kazandjian at the opening of

Nikki Shomer, John Buchbinder and Marta Kazandjian at the opening of "Look at the Book" at the Southampton Arts Center. COURTESY NIKKI SHOMER

authorMichelle Trauring on Apr 17, 2024
Eidetic memory — or, more colloquially, photographic memory — is the ability to recall a past scene in detail with astonishing accuracy, just like looking at a photograph and describing... more

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