"Live Through This: Documenting One Woman’s Struggle with Heroin" photo essay is featured on today's TIME LightBox. Tony Fouhse's powerful new book captures a young woman's recovery from addition, as well as an unconventional relationship between subject and documentary photographer. In the accompanying article, Paul Moakley notes:
"Photography has witnessed other, now-classic depictions of junkies, like Bill Eppridge’s “John and Karen, Two Lives Lost to Heroin,” published in LIFE in 1965, and Larry Clark’s landmark Tulsa (1971), in which the photographer’s portraits of his friends — and himself — formed a poignant picture of lost American youth."
Bill Eppridge's incredibly vivid and moving photo essay was published in Life Magazine in 1965: