William Christenberry: Southern Photographs
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New York. Aperture. 1983. First Edition. Hardcover, clothbound w. pictorial cover dust jacket. Book condition: Fine. Jacket condition: Fine. 134 pp. (ill. in color & b/w).
William Christenberry has long been hailed as the father of Southern photography and a pioneer who established color photography as a fine art medium. His eye is drawn to the rural worn Southern landscapes of America. He finds the forgotten abandoned shops, churches, and houses eroding into nature and captures them before they're gone forever.