Seeing Time. Forty Years of Photographs
Mark Klett
Seeing Time
Forty Years of Photographs

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photo-eye Gallery is thrilled to announce Seeing Time: A Forty Year Retrospective, an online solo exhibition by renowned photographer Mark Klett. This exciting exhibition uses photoeye’s revolutionary new VisualServer X website builder and is the first in a series of our Gallery’s major online shows.

Held in honor of his new book Seeing Time (University of Texas Press, 2020), this exhibition presents selected photographs from thirteen different projects, some never before seen. 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.

Influenced by late nineteenth-century expeditionary photographers including Timothy O'Sullivan, Mark Klett visually explores the contemporary versions of these landscapes and the marks left on them by humankind, whether it be the lights of a city, a hat, foot or shadow jutting into the frame, or debris/artifacts left behind by ancient or modern passers-by. Primarily working in the Southwestern deserts, Klett neither laments the peopling of the landscape, nor attempts to visually preserve the last of the pristine landscape of the American West. Rather, he explores the inevitable interaction of culture and habitat.

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Jennifer Greenburg: She made sure to tell me to keep smiling Jennifer Greenburg: She made sure to tell me to keep smiling
Jennifer Greenburg: Revising History

Greenburg challenges social norms and the nature of vernacular photographs in her ongoing series Revising History. Seamlessly interjecting herself in mid-century images from the 1940's – 60's, Greenburg creates convincing counterfeit moments liberating the pictures from reality and reminding us of photography's fragile relationship with the truth. Revising History's imagery is exceptionally sharp with a sly sense of humor, while also touching on issues in today's culture and political climate in America.

"I illustrate the roles women typically found themselves in, in a past era, allegorically in order to identify that though things look different today, not enough has changed."
—Jennifer Greenburg

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