Photography in the American Grain: Discovering a Native American Aesthetic, 1923-1941
by Terrence Pitts
Publisher's Description
This beautiful catalogue identifies the visions of four American photographers concerned with revealing a native American aesthetic through their photography. Terence Pitts of the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, writes of the evolution of this specifically American aesthetic using the work of Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Barbara Morgan, and Walker Evans as representative of the new breed of photographer who was interested in discovering a new native American aesthetic. Accompanying the essay are beautiful examples--from Evans' "Country Church near Beaufort, South Carolina" to Edward Weston's "Pennsylvania Barn."
ISBN: 0938262165
Publisher: Center for Creative Photography
Paperback : 47 pages
Language: English
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