Why People Photograph.  Essays and reviews by Robert Adams.

Why People Photograph.

Essays and reviews by Robert Adams.
Aperture, New York, 1994. 166 pp., 32 black-and-white illustrations, 5½x8¼".

This second collection of essays by Robert Adams discusses the work of a wide and varied group of photographers, including Paul Strand, Laura Gilpin, Eugene Atget, and Susan Meiselas. Through his investigations of the work of these and other artists, his perceptions and questions probe at the very heart of artistic endeavor.

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