For over 4 decades, Robert Adams photographed the evolution of the great American outdoors. His pictures tainted in grief and hope testify of the fragile beauty of nature, and, in watermark, of our troubled relationship with “the place we live”.
These three volumes show Robert Adam’s dedication for the protection of great American outdoors. The first two books present over 400 pictures of the photographer. In the third book are a chronology of his career, a bibliography, essays by photography historians and images of Adam’s personal archives.
Texts by Joshua Chuang, Tod Papageorge, Jock Reynolds and John Szarkowski.
Texts in English.
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