Photographs of the Southwest.
Photographs by Mark Klett. Essays by Patricia Nelson Limerick and Thomas W. Southall.
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1992. 196 pp., 135 duotones, 5 color plates,, 11½x9".
"Mark Klett sees people as a part of the natural landscape. His photographs examine the way people have occupied and experienced this land and the evidence they have left of their presence. Patricia Limerick discusses the photographs in the light of new definitions of the West, and Thomas Southall's biographical essay traces the evolution of Klett's photography."--the publisher. An extraordinary collection of Mark Klett's work, exquisitely designed and printed, based on an major exhibition of Klett's work at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth.
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