Photography's Antiquarian Avant-Garde.
The New Wave in Old Processes.
Numerous contributing photographers. Text by Lyle Rexer.
Harry N. Abrams, New York, 2002. 160 pp., 120 color illustrations, 9½x11½".
For the past quarter century, many photographers have been returning to the first principles of their image-making medium, favoring experimentation and visual energy over digital complexity and the rigors of formalism. This highly anticipated anthology reproduces work by a cross-section of contemporary artists using traditionally 19th-century photographic processes. Images by Adam Fuss, Sally Mann, Laurent Millet, and ZOe Zimmerman (a photo-eye Gallery artist), are mixed with many lesser-known photographers; an excellent resource and well printed.
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