San Quentin Point.
Photographs by Lewis Baltz. Essay by Mark Haworth-Booth.
Aperture, New York, 1986. 252 pp., 102 b&w reproductions, 11x10½".
Lewis Baltz's earlier books, The New Industrial Parks Near Irvine, California and Park City explored the deplorable urbanization of America's landscape. In his new book, he continues within the tradition that he helped define as one of the "new topographers." The San Quentin Point projects into California's San Rafael Bay and is occupied by one our oldest and most infamous penitentiaries. Baltz brings his cool approach to this area and continues with his earlier theme.
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