Of Time and Place.
Photographs by Walker Evans and William Christenberry. Essay by Thomas Southall.
The Friends of Photography, San Francisco, 1990. 88 pp., 31 duotone and 24 color illustrations,, 9x11".
Presented here for the first time together are photographs made by these two artists in Hale County, Alabama. Evans' photographs influenced Christenberry's interest in photography, and the two men traveled together in Hale County in the 1970's, with Evans experimenting with color there. The essay by Thomas Southall examines Evans' experience in Hale County, Christenberry's development as an artist, and the relationship and cross-influences between the two men. He takes a literary approach to their photography of the South, noting the connections not only with James Agee, but also with Faulkner and Eudora Welty.
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