New Topographics (Redux)


General Photography

“In 1975, eight young Americans — and one German couple — were featured in an exhibition that pretty much flew in the face of Ansel Adams. Curated by William Jenkins at the George Eastman House, the exhibit was called “New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape” and, according to some historians, it marked a paradigm shift in the world of photography, although that shift was imperceptible at the time.” - story