Rainbow of Terror: how a government program to track suspicious activities snared an unsuspecting photographer

 

 

Photographer James Prigoff is renowned for his photographs of public art. He has authored several books of photographs of public artworks, lectures at universities on the topic and has exhibited his photographs at the Smithsonian. In 2004 he went to Boston and spent some time photographing that city’s public art projects.  Several months after returning home to Sacramento, the 86-year-old photographer was visited by the FBI. Two agents came to his home and questioned him about his activities in Boston.  They held in their hands a…

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