Photographs by Patrick Nagatani. Essay by Eugenia Parry Janis.
University of New Mexico Press,
96 pp., 40 color plates, 12x9".
"Nagatani's work draws on New Mexico's dual role as both birthplace of the Nuclear Age and home to the oldest continuous culture in North America, that of the Pueblo Indians. His large-format photographs, characterized by an intense, sulfuric color, explore with profound wit and irony the artist's deep understanding of nuclear fear in our time."--the publisher. The essay by Eugenia Parry Janis provides insights into Nagatani's work and its cultural context.
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