Photographs by Harry Callahan. Text by Sarah Greenough.
220 pp., 100 duotone and 19 color illustrations, 10x12".
Known primarily for his experimental innovations, Callahan is an influential figure in the world of photography. This book is the catalogue to a forthcoming exhibition at the National Gallery in Washington, DC, and traces Callahan's career--from high-contrast photographs of weeds against snow to double exposures of his wife's nude figure. With a text by Sarah Greenough, the National Gallery's Curator of photographs, the book is an excellent tribute to the work of this contemporary master.
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