No time to write seriously about anything. No time even for complete sentences. . . .
But I thought y’all might be vaguely interested in a short note about the here-today-gone-tomorrow nature of landscape photography. I give you people’s exhibit A: Between Home and Heaven: Contemporary Landscape Photography (ca. 1992). Originally shown at the Smithsonian and later developed into a quickly out-of-print book, “the photographs represent a variety of themes and concerns of this generation. Many artists are deeply motivated by a nostalgia for the American wilderness, their work referring to an earlier romantic pictorial tradition.” (PSA)
But are these photographers memorable?
Insert conclusion here . . . .