Thursday, September 14, 2017

The Affordable Art Fair NY Fall 2017... IT'S BACK ! ! ! !

Stephen A. Davids (SAD), The Art Movement, London UK 
ART
The AAF NY
The Affordable Art Fair 
is here again for its 
NYC Fall 2017 Exhibition

It's September, bring on the Fall ARTS Season! First add a new pleasure to your home by investing in "affordable art" from the Affordable Art Fair's NYC Fall 2017 edition. 

AAF is returning to the Metropolitan Pavilion, 18th Street between 6th & 7th Ave., for their 24th NYC fair (held 2x a year, Fall & Spring). This edition welcomes a large contingent of artists from the UK, along with some New York artists and galleries, plus other international exhibitors. The fair showcases original contemporary artworks from over 400 living artists, and the highest price point at the AAF is lower than most NYC art fairs lowest price points. Therefore the title: The Affordable Art Fair! Not all collectors can afford $80,000 to $40,000,000 for one artwork in their home, but at AAF everyone can afford something. Galleries and the show organizers carefully curate these artworks to all be in the $100 to $10,000 range, with more than half priced under $5,000. 


Discover the art collector in you, at the Affordable Art Fair NYC Fall 2017!


(Here are a few examples of work being shown at the 2017 Fall AAF.)


"Rowdy", Bristal Graffiti Artist, spray paint on canvas, Clifton Fine Art, UK


Barry Steadman, earthenware 3/D paintings,
One Church Street Gallery, London 


Charlotte Champion, French, French Art Studio Gallery UK


Fletcher Prentice,
the character and color of birds,
Byard Art, Cambridge UK 


Freddy Fabris, "The Creation of Adam" Urbane Art Gallery, UK


G. Raman, from India,
Hindu and Christian Images,
The Nobel Sage Art Collection, London


Gareth Griffiths, Welsh Sculptor, Caiger Contemporary Art, Epson, UK 


Ian Robinson, photorealism - oil on canvas, One Church Street Gallery, London


Julie Needham, from Leichster,
Woodbine Contemporary Arts, Oakham, UK


Kieran Naish, painter/graphic designer from Bath,
Wychwood Art, Oxfordshire, UK


Lars Tunebo, animals in unusual situations,
photo collage / mixed media,
Liberty Gallery, London


Mark Jessett, from Devon,
works on paper,
Modern ArtBuyer, Bath, UK


Nickie Carlyon, oil on canvas, Prince and Pilgrim Gallery, Surrey UK 


Nicky Crowther, "Rainbow Warriors" 2016, FFLOW Gallery UK


Pam Carter, artist was born in East Africa,
Art Agency, Esher, UK 


Richard Heeps, Bleach Box Photography Gallery, UK


Richard Simmons,
Urban Pop,
Opera Gallery, London UK


Rosanne Barr, artist from Gartocharn, Scotland, Signet Contemporary Art, London


Russell West,
Mixed Media 3/D art,
inspired by shanty towns and found object slum construction,

in many countries.


Sculpture - Rachel Ann Stevenson, JAMM Gallery, London UK


Shigeki Kuroda, Japanese Printmaker, Hanga Ten, London, UK


Stephen A. Davids (SAD),
Riding Into The Sunset,
The Art Movement, London UK 
  
Teresa Lawton,
"Uphill Village", mixed media
Amanda Aldous Fine Art, UK 


The Lost Fox, "FOX"
print edition 125,
Rostra Gallery, UK


Zed Desideraja,
self-taught expressionist,
Hatch Gallery, Christchurch, UK 
(Photos courtesy of the individual galleries and artists.)

Until later.
Jack



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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Photographer William Eggleston Lives and Works in Memphis, Tennessee

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com

ART

William Eggleston
A man of few words,
explores democratic
color photography 
(The mundane life surrounding us
is filled with beauty and color, both 
vivid and subtle!)



At the most recent Frieze Art Fair in NYC we came across these William Eggleston photos. As the publisher of ARTSnFOOD I have a very interesting story about my encounter with Eggleston way back when he had that first exhibition at MoMA. 

I was the art director and one of the five or so founding staff members of Memphis Magazine. I drove over to Eggleston's house in the Central Gardens section of Memphis, to collect some samples of his photographs to run along with the article. He was currently a rising star, and national success with his upcoming exhibition at MoMA but he was an unknown Memphian at the time, in his own hometown.

Being a gracious host, Eggleston met me at the door of his large and stately home, and invited me in. I told him I needed some samples of his work to run in the magazine. He led me across the foyer to the double doors of the dining room. When he opened the doors, I was gobsmacked to see a mountain of his now famous "pigment prints", piled on the floor... hundreds of them! The mound of photographs must have been over four feet high at the center and sprawled to all four edges of the room.

His instructions to me, "Pick-out what you need, this is all of my work!" He then left me with his art! I picked out three prints, I liked and could reach from the edge of the pile. He also loaned us a black and white portrait to use in our article. I then left to work on the issue.

What an experience that day was for me. Of course, the photos were returned, but the memory will be forever etched in my mind as the day I met William Eggleston!

(The photos below were taken with permission of the gallery and Frieze Art Fair as PRESS by ARTSnFOOD staff.)

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com

William Eggleston, Untitled, c. 1983-1986, Pigment print, 45 x 64 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches
edition of 1 of 2, 2AP
Signed in ink and numbered
David Zwirner Gallery, New York London / davidzwirner.com


BIO

William Eggleston Born 1939 in Memphis, Tennessee. Lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee. BIOGRAPHY Born July 27, 1939 Born in Memphis, Tennessee 1957 Acquires his first camera, a Canon Rangefinder 1958 Acquires his first Leica camera 1959 Sees Henri Cartier-Bresson’s “The Decisive Moment” and Walker Evans’s “American Photographs” 1965 Begins to experiment with color transparency film 1967 Starts to use color negative film. Goes to New York and meets Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander, and Diane Arbus. Presents his work to John Szarkowski at The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1974 Harry Lunn publishes the first portfolio of dye-transfer photographs, “14 Pictures.” Receives a Guggenheim Fellowship. Appointed Lecturer in Visual and Environmental Studies at Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Completes his “Los Alamos” project 1975 Receives a National Endowment for the Arts Photographer’s Fellowship 1976 The Museum of Modern Art exhibits work in first solo exhibition of color photographs accompanied by a monograph, William Eggleston’s Guide. Commissioned by Rolling Stone magazine to photograph Plains, Georgia before the election of President Jimmy Carter. Project becomes “Election Eve,” the first of the artist’s books of original photographs published by Caldecot Chubb 1978 Appointed Researcher in Color Video at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge at the invitation of Richard Leacock. Photographs the Gulf states on a commission from AT&T. Receives another award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Visits Jamaica 1979 Chubb published three smaller volumes of original photographs, “Morals of Vision,” “Wedgwood Blue,” and “Flowers.” 1980 Travels to Kenya with Caldecot Chubb and creates a body of work known as “The Streets Are Clean on Jupiter.” Commissioned to produce the “Louisiana Project” and to photograph throughout the state 1982 Invited to photograph the set of John Huston’s film “Annie” 1983 Begins to photograph in Berlin, Salzburg, and Graz and titles the series “Kiss me Kracow.” Commissioned to photograph the mansion of Elvis Presley in Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee 1986 Invited by director David Byrne to visit and photograph the making of his film “True Stories.” Commissioned by the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee to photograph in Egypt 1988 Begins a series of color photographs of England he calls “English Rose” 1989 Photographs in the orange groves of the Transvaal, South Africa. Accepts one of 54 Master Photographers of 1960-1979 awards from The Photographic Society of Japan. Plays the role of musician Jerry Lee Lewis’s father in the movie “Great Balls of Fire” 2 1992 Travels to China, mainly photographing in Beijing. Eggleston Artistic Trust is founded 1993 Commissioned by Delta Pine and Land to photograph Scott, Mississippi 1996 Commissioned by Coca-Cola to photograph their plants in four cities in the U.S. Invited by producer Caldecot Chubb to visit and photograph the making of the film “Eve’s Bayou.” Receives the University of Memphis Distinguished Achievement Award 1999 Invited by director Gus Van Sant to visit and photograph the making of the film “Easter.” Invited by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles to photograph the museum and its grounds. Also photographs religious locations in Orange County, California 2000 Commissioned by Paramount Pictures to photograph studio lot in Hollywood, California. Commissioned by the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain to photograph the American desert 2001 Travels to Japan and photographs Kyoto 2002 Travels extensively and photographs locations including Pasadena, California; the New Jersey Shore; Queens, New York; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Tuscany, Italy 2003 Travels to and photographs the Niagara Falls area. Travels to Arles, France to attend Rencontres d’Arles and meets Henri Cartier-Bresson. Accepts Gold Medal for Photography from The National Arts Club, New York 2004 Receives the Getty Images Lifetime Achievement Award at the International Center of Photography (ICP) Infinity Awards. Travels to Hawaii and photographs with new panoramic format camera. Travels to Madrid to accept 2004 PhotoEspaña Award. Travels to Clovis, New Mexico and photographs the city and Norman Petty Recording Studios 2005 “William Eggleston In The Real World,” a documentary film on Eggleston by Michael Almereyda is completed. Travels to Xilitla, Mexico to photograph Las Pozas. Longtime advisor and friend, Walter Hopps, dies. Invited and travels to Tokyo to be guest judge at Canon’s New Cosmos Photography Contest 2007 “By the Ways: A Journey with William Eggleston,” a documentary film on Eggleston by Vincent Gérard and Cédric Laty is released. Longtime advisor and friend, John Szarkowski, dies 2008 “Stranded in Canton” Eggleston’s film is released. W Magazine hosts a dinner at the Whitney Museum of American Art to honor Eggleston 2009 Commissioned by Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain to photograph Paris. Kodachrome films are discontinued 2015 Travels to Rio de Janeiro 2016 Aperture Foundation hosts a dinner at the Edison Ballroom to honor Eggleston EDUCATION Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee Delta State College, Cleveland, Mississippi University of Mississippi, Oxford 3 SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest, David Zwirner, New York [catalogue] The Beautiful Mysterious: The Extraordinary Gaze of William Eggleston, The University of Mississippi Museum, Oxford William Eggleston: Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, London [itinerary: National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne] [catalogue] William Eggleston: Selections from the Wilson Centre for Photography, Portland Art Museum, Oregon 2015 William Eggleston, a cor Americana, Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [catalogue] William Eggleston & Ernest C. Withers in Conversation, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee [two-person exhibition] 2014 William Eggleston’s Democratic Forest, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, California [organized by Sotheby’s to benefit the Cantor Center Acquisition Fund at Stanford University, California] William Eggleston: From Black and White to Color, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris [part of Le Mois de la Photo, Paris] [catalogue] 2013 At War with the Obvious: Photographs by William Eggleston, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York William Eggleston, The Richard B. & Jeanne Donovan Fisher Gallery, Tate Modern, London William Eggleston: At Zenith, Gagosian Gallery, New York [catalogue] William Eggleston: Los Alamos, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno 2012 William Eggleston: Before Color, Peder Lund, Oslo [itinerary: Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam] William Eggleston: Los Alamos, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills [catalogue] William Eggleston: New Dyes, ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica, California William Eggleston: Troubled Waters, Hengesbach Gallery, Berlin 2011 William Eggleston: Anointing the Overlooked, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee William Eggleston: Election Eve, Gagosian Gallery, Paris William Eggleston/David Reed, Peder Lund, Oslo [two-person exhibition] 2010 William Eggleston: 21st Century, Cheim & Read, New York and Victoria Miro, London [two-part exhibition] William Eggleston: 21st Century, SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo 2009 William Eggleston: Paris, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris [itinerary: ParisKyoto, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, Sweden] [catalogue] William Eggleston-David Lynch: Fotografien, Galerie Karl Pfefferle, Munich [two-person exhibition] 2008 William Eggleston: Democratic Camera. Photographs and Video, 1961-2008, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [itinerary: Haus der Kunst, Munich; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Art Institute of Chicago; Los Angeles County Museum of Art] [catalogue] William Eggleston: L’oeil démocratique, Centre d’art et photographie de Lectoure, France 2007 William Eggleston: Cadillac, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin William Eggleston: Portfolios, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich William Eggleston: Portraits 1974, Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 4 William Eggleston: Portraits 1974, Studio Trisorio, Rome, Studio Trisorio, Naples, and Photology, Milan, Italy [three-part exhibition] 2006 William Eggleston, Camera Work, Berlin William Eggleston: Nightclub Portraits, 1973, Galerie du jour agnès b., Paris William Eggleston: Spirit of Dunkerque, Lieu d’Art et Action contemporaine (LAAC), Dunkerque, France [catalogue] William Eggleston: Stranded in Canton, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels 2005 William Eggleston, Photographs Do Not Bend (PDNB) Gallery, Dallas William Eggleston: Nightclub Portraits, 1973, Cheim & Read, New York 2004 William Eggleston, ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica, California William Eggleston: Dust Bells, Victoria Miro, London William Eggleston: Louisiana Project. Photographs 1981-1982, Galerie Johannes Faber, Vienna William Eggleston: Precolor, Cheim & Read, New York 2003-2005 William Eggleston: Los Alamos, Museum Ludwig, Cologne [itinerary: Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto; The National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design, Oslo; Louisiana Museum of Art, Humlebæk, Denmark; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Albertina, Vienna; Dallas Museum of Art] [catalogue] 2003 William Eggleston: Cadillac Portfolio, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago William Eggleston: Graceland, Galerie Rolf Hengesbach, Cologne William Eggleston: Photographies récentes/Recent Photographs, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris William Eggleston: Pictures from the Seventies, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels 2002 Project Gallery: William Eggleston, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York William Eggleston: California 1999-2000, Sprüth Magers, Cologne [itinerary: Le Case D’Arte, Milan] William Eggleston: Fotografier/Photographs, Galleri Riis, Oslo 2001 William Eggleston, Cheim & Read, New York William Eggleston, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris [itinerary: Hayward Gallery, London] [catalogue] William Eggleston, Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne William Eggleston: Mostly California Desert Pictures 1999-2001, ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica, California William Eggleston: Recent Work, Xavier Hufkens Gallery, Brussels 2000 William Eggleston, Michael Hue-Williams Fine Art, London 1999 William Eggleston: 70/90, Gallery of Contemporary Photography, Santa Monica, California William Eggleston and the Color Tradition, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles [exhibition brochure] William Eggleston: Cadillac. Photographs 1966-1971, Cheim & Read, New York 1998 William Eggleston, Galerie 213 - Marion de Beaupré, Paris William Eggleston, Southside Gallery, Oxford, Mississippi William Eggleston: The Hasselblad Award, Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, Sweden [itinerary: Kunsthallen Brandts, Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark] [catalogue] William Eggleston: Morals of Vision, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, Germany William Eggleston: Pictures from Eve’s Bayou, Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee 1997 William Eggleston: 10.D.70.V1 and 10.D.70.V2, Robert Miller Gallery, New York 5 William Eggleston: Picture’s from Eve’s Bayou, Gallery of Contemporary Photography, Santa Monica, California 1995 William Eggleston: Four Portfolios, Art Museum of University of Memphis, Tennessee 1994 William Eggleston: From Graceland to Wasteland, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York Scarabb Gallery, Cleveland 1993 Photographs by William Eggleston, Robert Miller Gallery, New York William Eggleston, Kurts Bingham Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee William Eggleston and William K. Greiner: Color Photographs, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans [two-person exhibition] 1992 William Eggleston: Ancient and Modern, Barbican Art Gallery, London [itinerary: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark; Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland] [two catalogues] William Eggleston: First Color 1967-1972, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York 1991 Volumes of Photographs: Eggleston and Christenberry, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee [two-person exhibition] 1990 William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest, Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1989 Laurence Miller Gallery, New York New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana The University of Mississippi Museum, Oxford 1988 Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1987 Eggleston’s Egypt, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee [itinerary: Denver Art Museum, Colorado] William Eggleston, Pace/MacGill, New York 1986 William Eggleston’s Early Black and White Photography, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee William Eggleston, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco 1985 William Eggleston, Victoria and Albert Museum, London William Eggleston: Elvis Presley Photographs, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta William Eggleston: New Orleans Project, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee William Eggleston: New Works from the Tennessee Project, Allen Street Gallery, Dallas William Eggleston: Photographs from Miami, Bay Vista Photography Gallery, Florida International University, Miami William Eggleston: Recent Color Photographs, Friends of Photography, Carmel, California Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1984 William Eggleston: Dye Transfer Photographs of Elvis Presley’s Home, Robert Miller Gallery, New York William Eggleston’s Graceland, Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C. [itinerary: Graceland and the South, Art Institute of Chicago] [artist’s portfolio] William Eggleston: Photographs of Graceland, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee [itinerary: Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama; James Corcoran Gallery, Los Angeles; Aspen Museum of Art, Colorado] 1983 William Eggleston: Color Photographs from the American South, Victoria and Albert Museum, London [itinerary: Arnolfini, Bristol, England] 6 William Eggleston: Kenia, Fotogalerie im Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria William Eggleston: Recent Color Photographs, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco Werkstatt für Photographie, Berlin 1982 William Eggleston: 5 Projects, Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. William Eggleston: Troubled Waters, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 1981 William Eggleston: Photographs 1967-1978, Light Gallery, New York 1980 Lee Friedlander and William Eggleston, Atlanta Gallery of Photography [two-person exhibition] Nicholas Nixon and William Eggleston, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco [two-person exhibition] William Eggleston: Troubled Waters, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York 1979 William Eggleston, The Photographer’s Gallery, Melbourne Volkhochschule, Berlin 1978 Nicholas Nixon and William Eggleston, Cronin Gallery, Houston [two-person exhibition] William Eggleston: Color Photographs, Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago William Eggleston: Elective Eve, Laguna Gloria at First Federal, Austin, Texas William Eggleston: Photographs, Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1977 William Eggleston: Color Photographs, 1966-1977, Castelli Graphics, New York William Eggleston: Dye Transfer Photographs, Grapestake Gallery, San Francisco William Eggleston: Election Eve, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. [catalogue] William Eggleston and William Christenberry: Color Photographs, Morgan Gallery, Shawnee Mission, Kansas [two-person exhibition] Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1976 Color Photographs by William Eggleston, The Museum of Modern Art, New York [itinerary: Seattle Art Museum; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles; Reed College, Portland, Oregon; University of Maryland, College Park] Photographs by William Eggleston, Grapestake Gallery, San Francisco 1975 Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1974 Jefferson Place Gallery, Washington, D.C. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 I still believe in miracles: 30 years of Inverleith House, Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas [itinerary: Amarillo Museum of Art, Texas] [organized by Aperture Foundation, New York] [catalogue] The Rebellious Image, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany [forthcoming] Seeing Things, Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama Shrines to Speed: Art and the Automobile, From the Postwar to the Postmodern, Leila Heller Gallery, New York Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina [itinerary: Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky] [catalogue] Still Life/Work Life, Västerås Konstmuseum, Sweden [catalogue] The Thrill of the Chase: The Wagstaff Collection of Photographs, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los 7 Angeles [itinerary: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut; Portland Museum of Art, Maine] [catalogue] 2015 America Is Hard to See, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [exhibition publication] Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions, Nottingham Contemporary, England [itinerary: Tate Liverpool, England] [catalogue] The Magic Medium, Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2014 American Scene Photography: Martin Z. Margulies Collection, Nova Southeastern University Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, Florida [catalogue] Edward Hopper and Photography, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Eyes Wide Open!: 100 Years of Leica Photography, Deichtorhallen Hamburg - Haus der Photografie [catalogue] Only the Good Ones: The Snapshot Aesthetic Revisited, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague [catalogue] Passing Through, ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica, California 2013 Everyday America: Photographs from the Berman Collection, Steven Kasher Gallery, New York Into the Light: Photographs from the Permanent Collection of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans Photography, GALLERY TARGET, Tokyo [itinerary: Aperture Foundation, New York] 2012 American Legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [catalogue] Blues for Smoke, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles [itinerary: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio] [catalogue] At the Edge: Recent Acquisitions, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, California Everything was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s, Barbican Art Gallery, London [catalogue] Photography from the Museum Collection, The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville Real to Real: Photographs from the Traina Collection, de Young Museum, San Francisco [catalogue] Sinister Pop, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 2011 Atget and Contemporary Photography, Leslie Feely Fine Art, New York Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston [itinerary: Museo del Novecento, Milan; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin] [catalogue] Food for Thought: A Group Exhibition, Robert Mann Gallery, New York Mannerism and Modernism: The Kasper Collection of Drawings and Photographs, The Morgan Library & Museum, New York [catalogue] Photography Calling!, Sprengel Museum Hannover [catalogue] September 11, MoMA PS1, Long Island City, New York [catalogue] The Spectacular of Vernacular, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota [itinerary: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey; Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, North Carolina] [catalogue] 2010 Myth, Manners and Memory: Photographers of the American South, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, England [catalogue] On the Road: A Legacy of Walker Evans, Robert Lehman Art Center, Brooks School, North Andover, Massachusetts [catalogue] Pioneers of Color: Stephen Shore, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston, Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York [itinerary: American Pioneers of Color: Stephen Shore, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston, Galerie Edwynn Houk Zur Stockeregg, Zurich] Starburst: Color Photography in America, 1970-1980, Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio [itinerary: Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey] [catalogue] 8 2009 1968-69: 40 Years Later, Armand Bartos Fine Art, New York America, Beirut Art Center Años 70: Fotografía y Vida Cotidiana/70s: Photography and Everyday Life, Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa, Madrid [itinerary: Museo d’arte della Provincia di Nuoro (MAN), Italy; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville] [catalogue] Edward Hopper & Company, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco [catalogue] Mockingbird, Brief Gallery, Nashville 2008 IMPLANT, UBS Art Gallery, New York [organized by The Horticultural Society of New York] Pictures in Series: Multiple Visions and Sequential Imagery, Fisher Landau Center for Art, Long Island City SIGN/AGE: Part Two, Lost in the Supermarket, Armand Bartos Fine Art, New York Vivid Vernacular: William Christenberry, William Eggleston, and Walker Evans, The Menil Collection, Houston 2007 Easy Rider: Road Trips through America, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York Hidden in Plain Sight: Contemporary Photographs from the Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York On the Wall: Aperture ’05-’06, Aperture Gallery, New York People Take Pictures of Each Other…, LaMontagne Gallery, Boston Second View, Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen Magdeburg, Germany What does the jellyfish want? Artists & Photographs, Museum Ludwig, Cologne 2006 A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu. Farben, Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen Magdeburg, Germany [catalogue] The Age of Innocence, Photographs Do Not Bend (PDNB) Gallery, Dallas Brighton Photo Biennial 2006: Nothing Personal, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, England [catalogue] Full House: Views of the Whitney’s Collection at 75, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Las Pozas: Photographs of a Surrealist Garden in Xilitla, Mexico, Texas Gallery, Houston An Ongoing Low-Grade Mystery, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York Seventy-five at 75: Selections from the Joseph and Elaine Monsen Photography Collection at the Henry Art Gallery, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle Summer Group Exhibition, Southside Gallery, Oxford, Mississippi Sus Ojos les Delatan: Colección de Lola Garrido/Their Eyes Betray Them: Collection of Lola Garrido, Fundació Foto Colectania, Barcelona [catalogue] Tendenzen Internationaler Fotografie, Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst, Germany Tiefenschärfe/Depth of Field, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany [catalogue] Where We Live: Photographs of America from the Berman Collection, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles [catalogue] William Eggleston, James Welling, Stephen Wilks, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels 2005-2009 Woman of Many Faces: Isabelle Huppert, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City [itinerary: Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris; C/O Berlin Foundation; Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography; Mole Antonelliana, Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Turin; Fotomuseum Den Haag, The Netherlands; Manege, Moscow; Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing] [catalogue] 2005 Bilanz in zwei Akten: Collection Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung, Kunstverein Hannover [catalogue] Colour after Klein, Barbican Art Gallery, London [catalogue] Mavericks of Color: Photographs from the Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art People, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans La photographie à l’épreuve, Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes and 9 Musée d’art moderne et contemporain, Saint-Étienne Métropole, France Superstars, Kunsthalle Wien and Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien, Vienna [catalogue] Surface, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York Il Teatro dell’Arte/The Theatre of Art, Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo, Italy Times Two, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York 2004 12 from Cheim & Read, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta American Pictures, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Common Ground: Discovering Community in 150 Years of Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., [itinerary: North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh] [catalogue] Dog Days of Summer, UCR/California Museum of Photography, Riverside Illusions of Innocence: The Child in Modern Photography, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville [catalogue] Modern Means: Continuity and Change in Art, 1880 to the Present. Highlights from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo [organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York] [catalogue] The Nude: Ideal and Reality, from Neoclassicism to Today, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna [catalogue] Picturing the South, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York Seen at MoMA (Part II): Photographs seen at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Kicken Berlin Seventies Color Photography, Kennedy Boesky Photographs, New York Skin Deep, Cook Fine Art, New York Speaking with Hands: Photographs from The Buhl Collection, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York [catalogue] 2003 Abstraction in Photography, Von Lintel Gallery, New York Cold Play: Set 1 from the Collection of the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland [catalogue] Cruel and Tender: The Real in the Twentieth Century Photograph, Tate Modern, London [itinerary: Museum Ludwig, Cologne] [catalogue] Jede Fotografie Ein Bild: Die Siemens Sammlung, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich [catalogue] The Men’s Room, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York Oases: A Group Show of Photography, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York Pretty, as a picture, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago Strange Days: Photographs from the Sixties by Winogrand, Eggleston, and Arbus, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Thinking with Blood: Conflict and Culture in the American South, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond [itinerary: Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, Kentucky; Tubman African American Museum, Macon, Georgia; Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina; Dorsky Gallery, Long Island City, New York] [catalogue] Time Frame: Impressions of American Social and Cultural Roots, Forte di Belvedere, Florence 2002 Contemporary American Photography, 1970-2000: From the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul [catalogue] documenta 11, Kassel [catalogue] Larry Clark, William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand: Aus dem Bestand des Museum Folkwang/From the Collection of Museum Folkwang, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany Opportunity, Jay Grimm Gallery, New York Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940-2001, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [catalogue] 2001 Amerikanische Fotografie ca. 1970, Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich Focus on Photography, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida A Love Affair with Pictures: 25 Years of Collecting Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, 10 Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Open City: Street Photographs Since 1950, Museum of Modern Art Oxford, England [itinerary: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.] [catalogue] Revisited: Aspects of American Color Photography, Kicken Berlin Settings and Players: Theatrical ambiguity in American photography, White Cube, London [itinerary: Old Town Hall, Prague] [catalogue] 2000 100 for 2000: The Century of Photoart, Photology, Bologna [catalogue] Desert, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris [itinerary: Fundación la Caixa, Barcelona; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville] [catalogue] Drive: Power, Progress, Desire, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand [catalogue] How you look at it: Fotografien des 20. Jahrhunderts/Photographs of the 20th Century, Sprengel Museum Hannover [itinerary: Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, Frankfurt] [part of Expo 2000 Hannover] [catalogue] 1999 3 Folios: William Eggleston, CADILLAC; Bernard Faucon, LE TEMPS D’ARANT; Man Ray, ELECTRICITE, Carrboro Gallery, North Carolina The Full Monty, Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York Summertime, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta Views from the Edge of the World, Marlborough Chelsea, New York William Eggleston and the Color Tradition, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles 1998 Developing Illusions, 1873-1998: Photographs from the Collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 1997 About Painting, Robert Miller Gallery, New York Blind Spot, Coming of Age: An exhibition to benefit The Family Academy, White Columns, New York Florescence: The Arts in Bloom, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Hope Photographs, The National Arts Club, New York 1996 Blind Spot: The First Four Years, Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York 1995 Objects, Faces and Anti-Narratives: Rethinking Modernism, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography [catalogue] Recent Acquisitions (Photography), The Museum of Modern Art, New York Seeing Things: Photographs from 1984-1995, André Emmerich, New York 1994 Gesture and Pose: Twentieth Century Photographs from the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York One Hundred Years of Street Photography, Wright State University Art Galleries, Dayton, Ohio 1993 Daydream Nation, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York Flora and Fauna, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston In Camera, The Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico Photographers Who Created a New Age, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography [catalogue] 1991 Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort, The Museum of Modern Art, New York [catalogue] 1990 Photography Until Now, The Museum of Modern Art, New York [catalogue] 1988 Evocative Presence: Twentieth Century Photographs in the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 11 1985 American Images: Photography 1945-1980, Barbican Art Gallery, London [catalogue] New Color/New Work: Eighteen Photographic Essays, Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C. [itinerary: Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago] [catalogue published in 1984] 1984 Color Photographs: Recent Acquisitions, The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1983 Subjective Vision: The Lucinda W. Bunnen Collection of Photography, High Museum of Art, Atlanta [catalogue] 1982 Color as Form: A History of Color Photography, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. [itinerary: George Eastman House International Museum of Photography, Rochester, New York] [catalogue] Slices of Time: California Landscape Photography, 1860-1880 and 1960-1980, Oakland Museum of California [itinerary: Security Pacific National Bank, Los Angeles] [catalogue] Still Life: Photographs from the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York Target III, in Sequence: Photographic Sequences from the Target Collection of American Photography, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [catalogue] 1981 The New Color: A Decade of Color Photography, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York [itinerary: International Center of Photography, New York] 1980 American Images: New Work by Twenty Contemporary Photographers, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [catalogue] The Imaginary Photo Museum, Josef-Haubrich-Kunsthalle, Cologne [catalogue] Nuages, Galerie de Photographie de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris La Photographie en Couleur dans l’Art Américain, Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes Southeastern Graphics Invitational, The Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina [catalogue] Zeitgenössische Amerikanische Farbphotographie/Contemporary American Color Photography, Kicken Berlin 1979 American Photography of the 70s, Art Institute of Chicago Attitudes: Photography in the 1970s, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California [catalogue] Auto-Icons, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [exhibition brochure] One of a Kind: Recent Polaroid Color Photography, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [itinerary: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts; Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minnesota; University of Arizona Student Union Exhibitions Hall, Tucson; Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Denver Art Museum; Art Institute of Chicago] [catalogue] Photographie als Kunst, 1879-1979, Tiroler Landesmuseen, Innsbruck, Austria Ten from ‘Mirror and Windows’, Grapestake Gallery, San Francisco 1978 23 Photographers, 23 Directions, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England [catalogue] Amerikanische Landschaftsphotographie, 1860-1978: eine Ausstellung der Neuen Sammlung München, Die Neue Sammlung, Munich [catalogue] By the Side of the Road, Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire [catalogue] Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960, The Museum of Modern Art, New York [catalogue] Photographs from the Collection of Sam Wagstaff, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. [itinerary: Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri; Grey Art Gallery, New York University; Seattle Art Museum; University Art Museum, Berkeley, California; High Museum of Art, Atlanta] [catalogue] The Quality of Presence, Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. [catalogue] 12 1977 10 Photographes Contemporains/Tendances Actuelles Aux Etats-Unis, Galerie Zabriskie, Paris Contemporary American Photographic Works, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [itinerary: Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, Florida; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago] [catalogue] 1976 Aspects of American Photography, Gallery 210, University of Missouri-St. Louis [catalogue] 1975 14 American Photographers, Baltimore Museum of Art [itinerary: Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California; La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; The Fort Worth Art Museum, Texas] [catalogue] Color Photography: Inventors and Innovators, 1850-1975, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut [catalogue] 1974 Art Now 74: A Celebration of the American Arts, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C. [catalogue] 1972 Third Invitational, Corcoran Photography Workshop, Washington, D.C. MONOGRAPHS & SOLO EXHIBITION CATALOGUES 2016 William Eggleston: Portraits. Texts by Sofia Coppola and Phillip Prodger. Interview with the artist by Phillip Prodger. National Portrait Gallery, London (exh. cat.) William Eggleston: Selections from The Democratic Forest. Text by Alexander Nemerov. David Zwirner Books, New York and Steidl, Göttingen, Germany (exh. cat.) 2015 William Eggleston, a cor Americana. Texts by David Byrne, Geoff Dyer, Thyago Nogueira, John Szarkowski, and Richard B. Woodward. Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (exh. cat.) William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest. Edited by Mark Holborn and William Eggleston III. Text by Eudora Welty. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2014 William Eggleston: From Black and White to Color. Texts by Agnès Sire and Thomas Weski. Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris (exh. cat.) 2013 William Eggleston: At Zenith. Edited and text by William Eggleston III. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany (exh. cat.) 2012 Photographic Masterworks by William Eggleston. Christie’s, New York William Eggleston: Los Alamos. Text by Mark Holborn. Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills (exh. cat.) William Eggleston: Los Alamos Revisited. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany [revised and expanded edition; originally published in 2003] 2011 William Eggleston: Chromes. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2010 William Eggleston: Before Color. Edited by Chris Burnside, John Cheim, Winston Eggleston, Howard Read, and Thomas Weski. Text by Dave Hickey. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany William Eggleston: For Now. Texts by Michael Almereyda, Kristine McKenna, Greil Marcus, and Amy Taubin. Interview with the artist by Lloyd Fonvielle. Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009 William Eggleston: Paris. Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris and Steidl, Göttingen, Germany (exh. cat.) [limited edition of 100] 2008 William Eggleston: Democratic Camera. Photographs and Video, 1961-2008. Texts by Stanley Booth, Donna De Salvo, Tina Kukielski, Elisabeth Sussman, Adam D. Weinberg, Adam 13 Welch, and Thomas Weski. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and Haus der Kunst, Munich (exh. cat.) William Eggleston: Stranded in Canton. Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2007 William Eggleston: 5 x 7. Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2006 William Eggleston: Spirit of Dunkerque. Texts by Vincent Gérard and Jean-Pierre Rehm. Lieu d’Art et Action contemporaine (LAAC), Dunkerque, France (exh. cat.) 2003 William Eggleston: Los Alamos. Text by Thomas Weski. Museum Ludwig, Cologne and Scalo, Zuirch (exh. cat.) 2002 William Eggleston’s Guide. Text by John Szarkowski. The Museum of Modern Art, New York [revised edition; originally published in 1976] 2001 William Eggleston. Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris (exh. cat.) 1999 William Eggleston: 2 1/4. Text by Bruce Wagner. Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico William Eggleston and the Color Tradition. Texts by Mikka Gee and Judith Keller. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (exh. bro.) William Eggleston: The Hasselblad Award 1998. Edited by Gunilla Knape. Texts by Walter Hopps and Thomas Weski. Interview with the artist by Ute Eskildsen. Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, Sweden (exh. cat.) 1994 William Eggleston: Horses and Dogs. Text and interview with the artist by Richard B. Woodward. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 1992 William Eggleston. Text by Henning Hansen. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark (exh. cat.) William Eggleston: Ancient and Modern. Text by Mark Holborn. Random House, New York (exh. cat.) 1990 William Eggleston: Faulkner’s Mississippi. Text by Willie Morris. Oxmoor House, Birmingham, Alabama 1989 William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest. Edited by Mark Holburn. Texts by William Eggleston and Eudora Welty. Doubleday, New York and Martin Secker & Warburg, London 1977 William Eggleston: Election Eve. Text by Jane Livingston. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (exh. cat.) 1976 William Eggleston’s Guide. Text by John Szarkowski. The Museum of Modern Art, New York (exh. cat.) SELECTED BOOKS & GROUP EXHIBITION CATALOGUES 2016 Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art. Edited by Miranda Lash and Trevor Schoonmaker. Texts by Diego Camposeco, Mel Chin, Miranda Lash, Trevor Schoonmaker et al. Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (exh. cat.) Still Life/Work Life. Västerås Konstmuseum, Sweden (exh. cat.) The Thrill of the Chase: The Wagstaff Collection of Photographs. Texts by Paul Martineau, Weston Naef, and Eugenia Parry. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (exh. cat.) 2015 Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions. Edited by Glenn Ligon. Texts by Alex Farquharson and 14 Francesco Manacorda. Nottingham Contemporary and Tate Publishing, London (exh. cat.) Whitney Museum of American Art: Handbook of the Collection. Edited by Dana Miller. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (exh. pub.) 2014 American Scene Photography: Martin Z. Margulies Collection. Text by Bonnie Clearwater. Nova Southeastern University Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (exh. cat.) Eyes Wide Open! 100 Years of Leica Photography. Texts by Gabriel Bauret, Hans-Michael Koetzle et al. Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany (exh. cat.) Only the Good Ones: The Snapshot Aesthetic Revisited. Text by Michal Nanoru. Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague (exh. cat.) The Open Road: Photography & the American Road Trip. Text by David Campany. Aperture, New York 2012 American Legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (exh. cat.) Blues for Smoke. Texts by George E. Lewis, Glenn Ligon, Bennett Simpson et al. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and DelMonico Books/Prestel Verlag, New York (exh. cat.) Everything was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s. Edited by Kate Bush. Texts by Gerry Badger and Kate Bush. Barbican Art Gallery, London (exh. cat.) Real to Real: Photographs from the Traina Collection. Texts by Julian Cox and Kevin D. Moore. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (exh. cat.) 2011 Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection. Texts by Mary Cremin, Matthew S. Witkovsky et al. Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (exh. cat.) Mannerism and Modernism: The Kasper Collection of Drawings and Photographs. Texts by Jordan Bear, Rhoda Eitel-Porter et al. Morgan Library & Museum, New York (exh. cat.) Photography Calling! Texts by Inka Schube and Thomas Weski. Steidl, Göttingen, Germany (exh. cat.) September 11. Text by Alexander Dumbadze, Peter Eleey, Alexander Kluge et al. MoMA PS1, Long Island City, New York (exh. cat.) The Spectacular of Vernacular. Texts by Darsie Alexander, John Brinckerhoff Jackson, Andy Sturdevant et al. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (exh. cat.) 2010 Myth, Manners and Memory: Photographers of the American South. Edited by Celia Davies and Gordon MacDonald. Photoworks, Brighton, England (exh. cat.) On the Road: A Legacy of Walker Evans. Text by Belinda Rathbone. Robert Lehman Art Center, Brooks School, North Andover, Massachusetts (exh. cat.) Starburst: Color Photography in America, 1970-1980. Texts by James Crump, Kevin Moore, and Leo Rubinfien. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany (exh. cat.) 2009 Años 70: Fotografía y Vida Cotidiana/70s: Photography and Everyday Life. La Fábrica, Madrid (exh. cat.) Edward Hopper & Company. Edited by Frish Brandt and Jeffrey Fraenkel. Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco (exh. cat.) 2007 A Noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu. Farben. Texts by Uwe Gellner and Annegret Laabs. Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany (exh. cat.) 2006 2006 Brighton Photo Biennial. Edited by David Chandler, John Gill, and Gilane Tawadros. Texts by Gilane Tawadros and Gary Younge. Photoworks and Brighton Photo Biennial, England (exh. cat.) Sus Ojos les Delatan/Colección de Lola Garrido/Their Eyes Betray Them: Collection of Lola Garrido. Texts by Christina Peri Rossi and Enrique Vila-Matas. Fundació Foto Colectania, Barcelona (exh. cat.) 15 Tiefenschärfe: Bilder vom Menschen aus den Fotosammlungen des Institut d’art contemporainCollection Rhône-Alpes, Villeurbanne-Lyon und des Musée d'art moderne de Saint- Étienne Métropole. Edited by Fritz Emslander. Wienand, Cologne and Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany (exh. cat.) Where We Live: Photographs of America from the Berman Collection. Edited by Judith Keller and Anne Lacoste. Texts by Kenneth A. Breisch, Bruce Wagner, and Colin Westerbeck. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (exh. cat.) 2005 Bilanz in zwei Akten: Sammlung Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung. Texts by Stephan Berg, Thomas Deecke, Monika Hallbaum, Heinz Liesbrock, Ulrike Scchneider, Dieter Schwarz, Thomas Weski, and Ludwig Zerull. Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf (exh. cat.) Colour After Klein: Re-Thinking Colour in Modern and Contemporary Art. Texts by Jane Alison, Nuit Banai, Kathleen Madden, and Alona Pardo. Barbican Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing, London (exh. cat.) Isabelle Huppert: Woman of Many Faces. Edited by Ronald Ariel Chammah and Serge Toubiana. Texts by Elfriede Jelinek, Susan Sontag, and Serge Toubiana. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York (exh. cat.) Superstars: das Prinzip der Prominenz von Warhol bis Madonna. Text by Ingried Brugger. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildren, Germany (exh. cat.) 2004 Common Ground: Discovering Community in 150 Years of Art. Texts by Philip Brookman, Bill Clinton, Jacquelyn Days Serwer et al. Merrell, London and Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (exh. cat.) Illusions of Innocence: The Child in Modern Photography. Text by Mark Scala. Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville (exh. cat.) Modern Means: Continuity and Change in Art, 1880 to the Present. Highlights from The Museum of Modern Art. Texts by David Elliott, Wendy Weitman, and Deborah Wye. The Museum of Modern Art, New York and Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (exh. cat.) The Nude: Ideal and Reality, from Neoclassicism to Today. Edited by Peter Weiermair. Text by Paolo Fabbri. ArtificioSkira, Florence (exh. cat.) Speaking with Hands: Photographs from the Buhl Collection. Texts by Jennifer Blessings, Kirsten Hoving, and Ralph Rugoff. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York (exh. cat.) 2003 Cold Play: Set 1 aus der Sammlung des Fotomuseum Winterthur/Set 1 from the Fotomuseum Winterthur Collection. Texts by Nobuyoshi Araki, Therese Seeholzer, and Urs Stahel. Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland (exh. cat.) Cruel and Tender: The Real in the Twentieth-Century Photograph. Texts by David Campany, Emma Dexter, Susanne Lange, and Thomas Weski. Tate Publishing, London (exh. cat.) Jede Fotografie ein Bild: Siemens Fotosammlung. Texts by Ulrich Bischoff, Inka Graeve Ingelmann, and Thomas Weski. Pinakothek-DuMont, Cologne (exh. cat.) Thinking with Blood: Conflict and Culture in the American South. Edited by Craig Bunting. Running Film, Inc., Kuttawa, Kentucky (exh. cat.) 2002 Contemporary American Photography 1970-2000: from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Texts by Lee Kyung-ryul and Douglas R. Nickel. Samsung Museum of Modern Art, Seoul (exh. cat.) documenta 11, Platform 5: Exhibition. Text by Werner Maschmann. Museum Fridericianum, Kassel (exh. cat.) documenta 11, Platform 5: Short Guide. Texts by Carlos Basualdo, Okwui Enwezor, Jean Fisher, Boris Groys, Sarat Maharaj, Abdou Maliq Simone, Ute Meta Bauer, Mark Nash, Molly Nesbit, Angelika Nollert, and Sverker Sorlin. Museum Fridericianum, Kassel (exh. pub.) Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940-2001. Texts by Andy Grundberg and Sylvia Wolf. Prestel Verlag, Munich and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (exh. cat.) 2001 Open City: Street Photographs Since 1950. Texts by Kelly Brougher and Russell Ferguson. 16 Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England and Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany (exh. cat.) Settings and Players: Theatrical Ambiguity in American Photography. White Cube, London (exh. cat.) 2000 100 for 2000: The Century of Photoart. Text by Davide Faccioli. Photology, Milan (exh. cat.) The Desert. Text by Wilfred Thesiger. Thames & Hudson, New York (exh. cat.) Drive: Power, Progress, Desire. Texts by Gregory Burke and Hanna Scott. Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand (exh. cat.) How You Look At It: Photographs of the 20th Century. Texts by Heinz Liesbrock and Thomas Weski. Distributed Art Publishers, New York (exh. cat.) 1995 Objects, Faces and Anti-Narratives: Rethinking Modernism. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (exh. cat.) 1993 Photographers Who Created a New Age: 1960s-70s. Tokyo Metropolitan Culture Foundation and Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (exh. cat.) 1991 Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort. Text by Peter Galassi. The Museum of Modern Art, New York (exh. cat.) 1990 Photography Until Now. Text by John Szarkowski. The Museum of Modern Art, New York (exh. cat.) 1986 True Stories. Text by David Byrne. Penguin, New York 1985 American Images: Photography 1945-1980. Text by Peter Turner. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, England and Viking Books, New York (exh. cat.) 1984 New Color/New Work: Eighteen Photographic Essays. Text by Sally Eauclaire. Abbeville Press, New York (exh. cat.) 1983 Subjective Vision: The Lucinda W. Bunnen Collection of Photographs. Texts by Lucinda Bunnen, A.D. Coleman, and Kelly Morris. High Museum of Art, Atlanta (exh. cat.) 1982 Color as Form: A History of Color Photography. Text by John Upton. International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, Rochester, New York (exh. cat.) Slices of Time: California Landscapes 1860-1880 and 1960-1980. Texts by Ted Hedgpeth and Therese Thau Heyman. Oakland Museum of California (exh. cat.) Target III, in sequence: Photographic Sequences from the Target Collection of American Photography. Texts by Leroy Searle and Anne Tucker. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (exh. cat.) 1980 American Images: New Work by Twenty Contemporary Photographers. Text by Renato Danese. Casini Press, Washington, D.C. (exh. cat.) The Imaginary Photo Museum: with 457 Photographs from 1836 to the Present. Texts by Helmut Gernsheim, L. Fritz and Renate Gruber, Beaumont Newhall et al. Harmony Books, New York (exh. cat.) Southeastern Graphics Invitational, 1980: Photographs. The Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina (exh. cat.) 1979 Attitudes: Photography in the 1970s. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California (exh. cat.) Auto-Icons. Whitney Museum of American Art (exh. bro.) One of a Kind: Recent Polaroid Color Photography. Texts by Eugenia Parry and Belinda Rathbone. D.R. Godine, Boston (exh. cat.) 17 1978 23 Photographers, 23 Directions. Text by Valerie Lloyd. The Gallery for the Arts Council of Great Britain, Liverpool, England (exh. cat.) Amerikanische Landschaftsphotographie, 1860-1978: eine Ausstellung der Neuen Sammlung München. Texts by Beatrix Hauser Medinger and Regina A. Trapp. Die Neue Sammlung, Staatliches Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Munich (exh. cat.) By the Side of the Road. Text by James V. Galgano. Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire (exh. cat.) Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960. Text by John Szarkowski. The Museum of Modern Art, New York (exh. cat.) Photographs from the Collection of Sam Wagstaff. Gray Press, New York (exh. cat.) The Quality of Presence. Lunn Gallery, Graphics International, Washington, D.C. (exh. cat.) 1977 Contemporary American Photographic Works. Texts by Lewis Baltz and John Upton. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (exh. cat.) 1976 Aspects of American Photography, 1976. Text by Robert Adams. University of Missouri-St. Louis (exh. cat.) 1975 14 American Photographers. Texts by Renato Danese and John R. Gossage. Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland (exh. cat.) Color Photography: Inventors and Innovators, 1850-1975. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut (exh. cat.) ARTIST’S PORTFOLIOS & BOOKS 2004 William Eggleston: Dust Bells. Eggleston Artistic Trust [20 dye transfer prints in two volumes; edition of 15] 2002 William Eggleston: Los Alamos. Eggleston Artistic Trust [75 dye transfer prints; edition of 7] 2000 William Eggleston: Coca-Cola. Eggleston Artistic Trust [12 chromogenic color photographs; edition of 8] 1999 William Eggleston: Cadillac. Eggleston Artistic Trust in association with Cheim & Read, New York [12 chromogenic color photographs; edition of 15] 1998 William Eggleston: Pictures from Eve’s Bayou. Gallery of Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, California in association with Caldecot Chubb, New York [6 dye transfer prints; edition of 6] 1996 William Eggleston: 10 D.70.V1. Eggleston Artistic Trust and PhotoArt GmbH, Hamburg, Germany [10 dye transfer prints; edition of 15] William Eggleston: 10 D.70.V2. Eggleston Artistic Trust and PhotoArt GmbH, Hamburg, Germany [10 dye transfer prints; edition of 15] 1991 William Eggleston. Jay Crouse, Sarasota, Florida [10 dye transfer prints; edition of 9] 1984 William Eggleston’s Graceland. Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C. [11 dye transfer prints; edition of 31] 1981 William Eggleston: Southern Suite. Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. [10 dye transfer prints; edition of 12] 1980 William Eggleston: Troubled Waters. Caldecot Chubb, New York [15 dye transfer prints; edition 18 of 30] 1979 William Eggleston: Seven. Caldecot Chubb, New York [7 chromogenic coupler prints; edition of 3] William Eggleston: Wedgwood Blue. Poem by William Butler Yeats. Caldecot Chubb, New York [15 chromogenic coupler prints; edition of 20] 1978 William Eggleston: Flowers. Caldecot Chubb, New York [12 chromogenic coupler prints; edition of 15] William Eggleston: Morals of Vision. Caldecot Chubb, New York [8 color-coupler prints; edition of 15] 1977 William Eggleston: Election Eye. Preface by Lloyd Fonvielle. Caldecot Chubb, New York [100 color-coupler prints in two volumes; edition of 5] 1974 William Eggleston: 14 Pictures. Lunn Gallery, Washington, D.C. [14 dye transfer prints; edition of 15] SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2016 Basciano, Oliver. “Booking Now.” The Guardian Guide (July 2-8, 2016): 33 [ill.] Burroughs, Augusten. “William Eggleston.” The New York Times Style Magazine (October 23, 2016): 154-163 [cover] [ill.] Chandler, David. “William Eggleston: In living colour.” Financial Times (July 30-31, 2016): 12 [ill.] Clayton, Adam. “Trooping the Colour.” British GQ (August 2016): 106-107 [ill.] [interview] Davies, Lucy. “Stalking in Memphis.” The Daily Telegraph (July 23, 2016): 6-7 [ill.] Davies, Lucy. “William Eggleston: the stories that inspired David Lynch's favourite photographer.” telegraph.co.uk (July 23, 2016) [ill.] [online] Dickson, Andrew. “All the way from Memphis.” The Guardian (July 9, 2016): 16-17 [ill.] Hudson, Mark. “Rich slices of Southern Gothic with an exquisitely sinister edge.” The Daily Telegraph (July 20, 2016): 25 [ill.] Klingelfuss, Jessica. “Beauty and the banal: William Eggleston’s masterful elevation of the ordinary.” wallpaper.com (July 21, 2016) [ill.] [online] Luke, Ben. “Picture Perfect.” Evening Standard (July 19, 2016): 28-29 [ill.] Peiffer, Prudence. “Nowhere Man.” Bookforum 22, no. 5 (February/March 2016): 38-39 [cover] [ill.] Silverman, Rena. “For William Eggleston, People Are Like Parking Lots.” lens.blogs.nytimes.com (August 18, 2016) [ill.] [online] Pogrebin, Robin. “Inside Art: Shift in Representation for William Eggleston.” The New York Times (June 3, 2016): C18 [ill.] Wright, Karen. “William Eggleston: Portraits, National Portrait Gallery Review.” independent.co.uk (July 27, 2016) [ill.] [online] “The 10 best things…to do this week: William Eggleston.” theguardian.com (July 15, 2016) [ill.] [online] “Unseen William Eggleston portraits to appear in London exhibition.” theguardian.com (March 10, 2016) [ill.] [online] 2015 Bengal, Rebecca. “How William Eggleston’s Designer Daughter Transformed His Art into the Perfect Father’s Day Surprise.” vogue.com (June 18, 2015) [ill.] [online] Heilpern, John. “Does William Eggleston Love Women? ‘Youre Damn Right!’” vanityfair.com (December 2015) [ill.] [online] 2014 Bohnacker, Siobhan. “Happy Birthday, Mr. Eggleston.” thenewyorker.com (July 25, 2014) [ill.] [online] 19 Israel, Michael. “Is This the Most Important Photograph of the 20th Century?” huffingtonpost.com (September 24, 2014) [ill.] [online] 2011 Barrymore, Drew. “William Eggleston.” patriksandberg.com (September 2011) [ill.] [interview] [online] Barrymore, Drew. “William Eggleston by Drew Barrymore.” V Magazine no. 73 (Fall 2011) [ill.] [interview] 2010 Almereyda, Michael. “William Eggleston: For Now.” theparisreview.org (November 16, 2010) [ill.] [online] Lisle, Andria. “William Eggleston: king of the album cover photo.” theguardian.com (January 14, 2010) [ill.] [online] Searle, Adrian. “William Eggleston: 21st Century.” theguardian.com (January 11, 2010) [ill.] [online] 2009 Dumas, Raymond J. “Memphis Legends.” Purple Magazine no. 12 (Fall/Winter 2009/2010): 338- 347 [ill.] Sooke, Alastair. “William Eggleston’s ‘Paris’: Review.” telegraph.co.uk (April 15, 2009) [ill.] [online] Wehr, Anne. “William Eggleston.” frieze no. 122 (April 2009): 116 [ill.] Zsolnay, Robert. “Meisterwerke vom Fotokünstler.” epochtimes.de (February 19, 2009) [online] “Fotografielegende Eggleston.” spiegel.de (February 19, 2009) [ill.] [interview] [online] 2008 Belcove, Julie L. “William Eggleston.” W Magazine (November, 2008): 316-337 [ill.] Bengal, Rebecca. “Southern Gothic.” nymag.com (November 2, 2008) [ill.] [online] Budick, Ariella. “The dark heart of southern comfort.” ft.com (Financial Times) (November 14, 2008) [ill.] [online] Camhl, Leslie. “Double Exposure: William Eggleston and Enrique Metinides.” villagevoice.com (November 25, 2008) [ill.] [online] Cotter, Holland. “Old South Meets New, in Living Color.” The New York Times (November 6, 2008): C25 [ill.] Halle, Howard. “Photo opportunity.” Time Out New York (August 28 - September 3, 2008): 20-21 [ill.] Jones, Malcolm. “William Eggleston Retrospective Evokes the South.” newsweek.com (December 7, 2008) [ill.] [online] Kilston, Lyra and Quinn Latimer. “William Eggleston.” Modern Painters (November 2008): 16 [ill.] [interview] Lacayo, Richard. “A Talk With: William Eggleston.” time.com (October 30, 2008) [interview] [online] Meacham, Rose. “William Eggleston’s Democratic Camera.” vanityfair.com (December 23, 2008) [ill.] [online] Rexer, Lyle. “About the Cover.” Photograph (November/December 2008): 115 [cover] [ill.] Schjeldahl, Peter. “Local Color: William Eggleston at the Whitney.” The New Yorker (November 17, 2008): 112 [ill.] Schwabsky, Barry. “Point and Place: William Eggleston’s Vibrant Spaces.” thenation.com (December 22, 2008) [ill.] [online] Taylor, Alex. “William Eggleston’s Totally Arrived.” observer.com (November 7, 2008) [ill.] [online] “William Eggleston show, New York.” wallpaper.com (November 13, 2008) [ill.] [online] 2007 Holland, Claire. “A lens less ordinary.” ft.com (Financial Times) (August 28, 2007) [online] 2005 Collins, Lauren. “A Gentleman Returns.” thenewyorker.com (September 26, 2005) [online] Martel, Ned. “A Look at the South Through a Lens, Truly.” nytimes.com (August 31, 2005) [online] 20 2004 Cotter, Holland. “‘Thinking With Blood’ - ‘Conflict and Culture in the American South.” nytimes.com (August 20, 2004) [online] Mazzoleni, Florent. “Eggleston.” Vogue Homme (Fall/Winter 2004/2005): 170-178 [ill.] O’Hagan, Sean. “William Eggleston: Out of the ordinary.” theguardian.com (July 24, 2004) [online] 2003 Golden, Michelle. “William Eggleston: Living Color.” pdnonline.com (Photo District News) (January 2003) [ill.] [online] Hopps, Walter. “William Eggleston: Memphis Bungalows & Night Portraits.” Grand Street no. 72 (Fall 2003): 24-33 [cover] [ill.] Lewis, Jim. “Kodachrome Moment.” slate.com (February 10, 2003) [ill.] [online] 2002 Grant, Richard. “Roving Eye.” Telegraph Magazine (June 29, 2002): 45-50 [ill.] Searle, Adrian. “The sordid and the sublime.” theguardian.com (July 9, 2002) [ill.] [online] “Irony is far from me.” Leica World no. 1 (2002) [ill.] [interview] 2001 Howell, John. “In Plain Sight: Photographs by William Eggleston.” Aperture (Winter 2001): 2, 7- 19, 67 [cover] [ill.] Tartt, Donna. “Portfolio: William Eggleston.” Artforum 40, no. 2 (October 2001): 135-139 [ill.] “William Eggleston.” Blind Spot no. 19 (September 2001) [cover] [ill.] 2000 “The Lot.” The New York Times Magazine (November 12, 2000) [ill.] 1999 Booth, Stanley. “William Eggleston.” salon.com (September 7, 1998) [online] 1998 Hynum, Rick. “Eggleston exhibit shows ‘real life through the eyes of a genius.’” djournal.com (March 13, 1998) [online] 1994 Sampson, Tim. “William Eggleston.” Memphis Magazine (March 1994) [ill.] “Art: William Eggleston, Laurence Miller Gallery.” New York Magazine (August 15, 1994): 19 [ill.] “William Eggleston.” Grand Street no. 49 (Summer 1994): 49-63 [ill.] 1989 Hagen, Charles. “An interview with William Eggleston.” Aperture (Summer 1989): 40-45 [cover] [ill.] [interview] 1984 Holborn, Mark. “Color Codes.” Aperture (Fall 1984): 8-15 [cover] [ill.] Schneider, Peter. “The Berlin Series.” Aperture (Fall 1984): 60-75 [ill.] 1983 Sischy, Ingrid. “Matters of Record.” Artforum 21, no. 6 (February 1983): 44-49 [cover] [ill.] ARTIST’S VIDEOS, ALBUM COVERS, & FILM SCREENINGS 2010 CD cover art for Transference, performed and recorded by Spoon 2007 EP cover art for Joanna Newsom and the Ys Street Band, performed and recorded by Joanna Newsom, Kevin Baker, Dan Cantrell, Ryan Francesconi, and Neal Morgan 2006 Featured in Cat Power’s Lived in Bars music video 2005 CD and album cover art for Tanglewood Numbers, performed and recorded by Silver Jews 2003 CD cover art for Soul Serenade, performed and recorded by The Derek Trucks Band 2002 CD cover art for The Big Time, performed and recorded by Robin Holcomb 21 2001 CD cover art for Bleed American, performed and recorded by Jimmy Eat World 1994 Album cover art for Out But Don’t Give Up, performed and recorded by Primal Scream 1974 Album cover art for Radio City, performed and recorded by Big Star AWARDS 2016 Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, République Française (Order of Arts and Letters of the French Republic) Honor, The Aperture Foundation, New York 2004 International Center of Photography Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement, New York PhotoEspaña Award, Madrid 2003 Gold Medal for Photography, The National Arts Club, New York 1998 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, Gothenburg, Sweden 1996 University of Memphis Distinguished Achievement Award, Tennessee 1989 54 Master Photographers of 1960-1979 Award, The Photographic Society of Japan 1978 Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts in Photography, Washington, D.C. 1975 Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts in Photography, Washington, D.C. SELECTED MUSEUM & PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock Art Institute of Chicago Baltimore Museum of Art Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Dallas Museum of Art Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden High Museum of Art, Atlanta J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Lynchburg, Virginia Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee The Menil Collection, Houston The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Moderna Museet, Stockholm Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany Museum Ludwig, Cologne The Museum of Modern Art, New York National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans 22 Philadelphia Museum of Art San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Seattle Art Museum Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Tokyo Photographic Art Museum Victoria and Albert Museum, London Whitney Museum of American Art, New York


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Jack


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