From Uncertain to Blue
Photographs by Keith Carter. Introduction by Horton Foote.
Texas Monthly Press, Austin, 1988. 173 pp., 80 b&w duotone plates,, 10¼x10¼".
Now out-of-print! Few copies remain! Photographs of Texas, some of which first appeared in Texas Monthly magazine, most of which have been exhibited extensively. Carter blends humor with irony, using absolute photographic precision to examine the essence of small town living. "A gentle, witty artist is rare and welcome. Keith Carter pokes his camera at Texas towns with catchy names and gets everybody to chuckle. He finds irony in everyday doings too familiar for most to notice, yet knows that funny things are often also touching."--Anne W. Tucker, Curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
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