Mark Klett, Beneath the Great Arch, Near Monticello, Utah, 1982, gelatin silver print from Polaroid negative, 15 ¾” x 19 ¾”, Courtesy of the Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
This exhibition of landscape photography is the fifth and last show of the series The Landscape Interpreted. Guest Curator Steve Zane writes that the photographs here represent search based on vision and thought, rather than objective fact. He writes, “Most importantly these photographers through their work continue the great tradition of discovery. Theirs, however, is a personal search: one that allows the viewers to find their own way into the photograph and returnwith fresh insight about their world.”Includes the work of Dick Arentzm Jed Devine, Dan Geist, Emmet Gowin, John Halpern, Mark Klett, Charles Luce, Aaron Siskind, Josef Sudek.This exhibition is accompanied by a catalog with contributions by Alison Weld,Stuart White, and Steve Zane.