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You Know Ansel, But Who Is Robert Adams (And Why Should You Care)?

You Know Ansel, But Who is Robert Adams (And Why Should You Care?) via NPR Picture Show

Stephen Shore: an example for "new topograhpics" – It is 35 years since the term "new topographics" was coined by William Jenkins, curator of a group show of American landscape photography held at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. The show consisted of 168 rigorously formal, black-and-white prints of streets, warehouses, city centres, industrial sites and suburban houses. Taken collectively, they seemed to posit an aesthetic of the banal.