By Patrick Gilmartin 2000-10-24T00:00:00
Prominent in the long list of photographic icons of America is the rusting carcass of some vast, indecipherable industrial complex. Black and white photography has, perhaps, found no better subject. These mechanically produced images of astonishing clarity and apparent indifference bring together subject matter and technique in a seamless ...
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