Seeing Time. Forty Years of Photographs. Photographs by Mark Klett. Text by Anne Wilkes Tucker, Rebecca Senf, and Keith F. Davis.
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Seeing Time.

Forty Years of Photographs.

Photographs by Mark Klett. Text by Anne Wilkes Tucker, Rebecca Senf, and Keith F. Davis.
University of Texas Press, Austin, TX, 2020. In English. 480 pp., 10½x11½".

Publisher's Description

Signed copies of Seeing Time are signed on a tipped-in signature sheet.

Limited Editions are SOLD OUT.

photo-eye Gallery is thrilled to announce Seeing Time, an online solo exhibition of work by renowned photographer Mark Klett. View the Online Exhibition.

An artist of singular originality and vision, award-winning landscape photographer Mark Klett has built a profound and dynamic career that captures the space and history of the American West while evoking notions of time, perception, and cultural memory. His practice is grounded in both artistic inquiry and the evolution of photographic technologies, reflecting a constellation of ideas that blend science with poetry. Over a career spanning more than four decades, Klett has advanced a new notion of landscape photography that reframes our sense of what pictures of the land mean.

Seeing Time is the first retrospective of Klett's career. It presents selected photographs from thirteen different projects, some never before seen. The book showcases work from individual and collaborative projects alongside texts by distinguished curators who examine the ideas behind Klett's practice, its historical context, and his collaborative processes. From his rephotographic surveys, which pair conceptual art with questions about how lands change through human intervention, to the series of portraits with his eldest daughter on their shared birthday, the images presented here combine to form a body of work at once expansive and richly personal.

Sold Out — About the Limited Editions:

Each print offered for our photo-eye Exclusive Limited Edition is 6" x 7½" and signed in an edition of 20. (Pictured below, click to enlarge)

Previous print editions, including Beneath the Great Arch, Bullet Riddled Saguaro, and Spiral Carving Facing East, have all sold out!

LTD-TWO — Campsite reached by boat through watery canyons, Lake Powell



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