Inventories and Transformations
Photographs by Thomas Barrow. Written by Kathleen McCarty Gauss.
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1986. 208 pp., 58 color plates, 72 halftones, 12½x9¼".
This retrospective catalogue of the work of Thomas Barrow spans over twenty years, revealing the development of a style which is marked by a complex layering of imagery and a fine attention to formal design and color. In a web of reference to popular culture and art history, Barrow "recycles material and imagery, returning it to us in a dense, multi-layered format that demonstrates both the complexity of modern life and what an inventory of cultural detritus can reveal."--the publisher.
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