Roads and Paths.
Photography by Bernhard Fuchs. Essay by Heinz Liesbrock.
120 pp., 53 color illustrations, 9¾x11".
Pursuing the Bernd and Hilla Becher tradition of
photo-typologies—he was a student of the
Bechers—Bernard Fuchs follows his Autos
monograph with this catalogue of roads
and.paths. These routes all lead somewhere, perhaps
away from civilization, but, as Fuchs makes
plain, are certainly civilizing entities themselves,
the artificial medium by which nature is found.
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