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Henry Wessel, Jr.
|Contributions||Grossmont College Gallery.|
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|Number of Pages||48|
Henry Wessel ( – Septem ) was an American photographer. He was born in Teaneck, New was the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships and three National Endowment for the Arts grants.. His photographs are included in the permanent collections of major American, European, and Asian museums. Comments/Context: Born in the East (Teaneck, NJ, ) and educated there (Penn. State University, ; SUNY, Buffalo, ), Henry Wessel, Jr. was smitten with California and its light in He has spent most of his life since then photographing the terrain West of the Rockies and the people who have settled there, which includes himself.
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Wikipedia entry Introduction Henry Wessel (J – Septem ) was an American photographer and educator. He made "obdurately spare and often wry black-and-white pictures of vernacular scenes in the American West".Wessel produced a number of books.
Henry Wessel Jr., a distinguished photographer of the American West who captured Henry Wessel so much its vast grandeur as its small moments of daily life — the roadside novelty, the trimmed shrubbery.
Biography Henry Wessel, Jr. first gained recognition in the s as part of the New Topographics, a group of photographers who challenged the conventions of documentary and landscape photography, capturing instead the poetry of seemingly mundane scenes and subjects—traffic lights, advertisements, empty landscapes, and ality: American.
For four decades, Bay Henry Wessel photographer Henry Wessel has observed and documented the brilliant light, vernacular architecture, and social landscape of Northern and Southern California.
Wessel came to photography almost accidentally during his years at Pennsylvania State University, but he was immediately hooked after first discovering (with a. Photographer Henry Wessel, who was part of the “New Topographics” movement of the s, died September 20 at his Point Richmond, California home, according to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Wessel and had been suffering from lung cancer, the Chronicle reported. For Henry Wessel, photographs share an affinity with Imagist poems.
He engages the world with precision, and takes his time. Schott. 书籍推荐：《JOHN SCHOTT | Route 》 n Shore： 书籍推荐：《Uncommon places: the complete works》 Wessel,Jr. 书籍推荐：《Henry Wessel》 欢迎关注公众号，最近在填Deadpan Photography的坑：. His first solo exhibition was curated by John Szarkowski at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in and he was one of ten photographers included in the influential New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape exhibition at George Eastman House in Seller Rating: % positive.
Photographer Henry Wessel at the installation of his exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in Photo: PAUL CHINN, SFC. Henry Wessel, among the nation’s most prominent artists in the medium of photography and a Bay Area resident for four decades, died at his Point Richmond home on Thursday, Sept.
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Henry Wessel, Jr. Photography, Done, Half "An uncommon eye for common places / When reality presents itself to Henry Wessel, his 'soft eyes' are available to capture -- and elevate -.
New Topographics. Photographs of a man-altered landscape. Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, Frank Gohlke, Nicholas Nixon, John Schott, Stephen Shore, Henry Wessel, jr.
Paperback – January 1, Author: Jr. Adams, Robert, Lewis Baltz, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, Frank GOhlke, Nicholas Nixon, John Schott, Stephen Shore, Henry Wessel. Henry Wessel: The view from the driver’s seat - Duration: San Francisco Museum of Modern views.
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Originally from New Jersey, Henry Wessel, Jr. fell in love with the California light on a visit in Immediately afterwards, he moved to San Francisco, immersing himself in the sights and spaces of California.
Wessel created his "House Pictures" series in Southern California from the armrest of his truck in the early s. - Explore mtownricky's board "Henry Wessel Jr." on Pinterest. See more ideas about Art grants, New topographics and Photography pins.
Henry Wessel, Jr. likes. Henry Wessel is an American photographer noted for his descriptive, yet poetic photographs of the human environment. He is. Henry Wessel Jr., 91, of Woodbine, died Tuesday, Apat home. He was the son of the late Henry L. Sr. and Katherine A.
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