Michael E. Keating spent 34 years as a photojournalist at The Cincinnati Enquirer,
where his vivid work gave readers views of the Queen City that could be
beautiful, troubling or revealing — sometimes all at once and almost
always imbued with an uncommon sense of humanity.
In one of those rare places people
still come to browse for books, they are encased in glass. Touched by the
hands of artists, they suspend like paper time capsules in the atrium
of the Cincinnati Public Library for Bookworks 13,
organized by Cincinnati Book Arts Society.