Aperture Foundation, Incorporated, 1999 - Photography - 95 pages
Harry Callahan, known for his bold exploration of quotidian details and his innovative use of the abstract in photography, has created a career that spans many eras and lives. From his extended portrait of his wife, Eleanor, to his formal studies of architectural structures and his observation of abstract expressionist line in natural forms, Callahan's remarkable work has been central to the development of American photography. The influence of his labors is easily recognized in the work of many disparate genres of visual art. His photographic legacy continues on not only in the vibrancy of his own images, but in the unparalleled inspiration his teaching has brought to many.
Aperture's Masters of Photography series presents Callahan's most vital and lasting images, in addition to a number of photographs that have never been published before. The accompanying essay by Jonathan Williams, poet, essayist, and the publisher of Jargon Society books, provides a unique textual complement to the subtlety of Callahan's work and vision.
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Review: Harry Callahan (Aperture Masters of Photography)User Review - abatage - Goodreads
On one hand it's nice that there's little in the way of biography in this book, but with the series having offered a glimpse at each photographer's life and work, I can't help feeling a little short ... Read full review
Review: Harry Callahan (Aperture Masters of Photography)User Review - Joe - Goodreads
While I could have done without the intro (the point of the Irish joke I'm only know understanding), but without the intro I would have never thought to view these images while listening to Josep ... Read full review