Central Arizona Project.
Photographs by Mark Klett, Ruthe Morand, Lawrence McFarland, and Anne Simmons-Meyer. Text by Terrence Pitts, Robert Walsh and William Jenkins.
Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, 1986. 48 pp., 37 halftone, 5 color illus., 12x9".
Lawrence McFarland, Ruthe Morand, Mark Klett, and Ann Simmons-Myers conceived of, photographed, and curated this survey of the Central Arizona Project. This project is a water conveyance system in progress which will ultimately carry water over half a mile vertically and 330 miles horizontally from the Colorado River to the San Xavier Indian Reservation southwest of Tucson. The photographs and essays in this catalogue provide a look at a project which will completely change Arizona's water use and availability, but which few Arizonans have even seen, as if, "the pyramids were being built in our own backyard yet no one knew what they looked like."--Terence Pitts.
Mark Klett is represented by photo-eye Gallery. See his work here.
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