APOC: September’s Best New Photography Books
Reconstructing The View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe The University of California Press, the Phoenix...
Reconstructing The View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe
The University of California Press, the Phoenix Art Museum and the Center for Creative Photography will publish Reconstructing the View: the Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe. over four years, the duo revisited sites from historic photos, drawings, paintings and prints of the Grand canyon and made new images incorporating the same views. The book will be followed by an exhibition of the same name. Klett is Regents’ professor and senior sustainability scholar at Arizona State University; Wolfe is a Lantis professor at California State University, Chico.
**Departures and Arrivals **
Charles harbutt’s third monograph, Departures & Arrivals (Damiani), collates his favorite photographs from fi ve decades of work. Deftly designed by the impeccable Yolanda cuomo, it showcases his quick and loving eye. harbutt is associate professor at parsons the new school for Design.
Joe’s Junk Yard
Lisa Kereszi, lecturer at the Yale University School of Art and acting director of undergraduate studies in photography, tackles the decline of the American dream through the prism of her own family history in Joe’s Junk Yard (Damiani). mentor and professor Larry Fink provided the foreword to Kereszi’s third monograph.