American 20-21st Century Photography

 

(above: NASA Hubble, Cat's Eye Nebula, 2004. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

Introduction

This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "American 20-21st Century Photographs (published in Resource Library 2004-2005)t." Articles and essays specific to this topic published in TFAO's Resource Library are listed at the beginning of the section. Clicking on titles takes readers directly to the articles and essays. The date at the end of each title is the date of publication in Resource Library.

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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

2005

A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope (12/21/05)

Accidental Mysteries: Extraordinary Vernacular Photographs from the Collection of John and Teenuh Foster (12/20/05)

Radical Vision: The Revolution in American Photography (12/14/05)

Ansel Adams: Celebration of Genius (11/15/05)

New Orleans: A Beloved City (10/26/05)

Nicholas Nixon: The Brown Sisters (10/25/05)

Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self (10/7/05)

Luke Swank: Modernist Photographer (10/7/05)

Addition of "Photographic Collage" by World-Renowned Thorney Lieberman to the Collection of the Rockwell Museum of Western Art (10/6/05)

Art History's out-of-body Experience essay by Robert Cozzolino (9/26/05)

Harlem: The Vision of Morgan and Marvin Smith (9/3/05)

Lee Friedlander At Work (8/31/05)

Betye Saar: Extending the Frozen Moment (8/24/05)

The Allen Sisters: Pictorial Photographs of New England, 1885 - 1920 (8/18/05)

John Szarkowski: Photographs (6/16/05)

Margaret Bourke-White: The Photography of Design, 1927-1936 (6/16/05)

Clyde Butcher and Gus Foster - Wilderness Landscape Photographs (6/13/05)

Irving Penn: Platinum Prints (5/23/05)

Diane Arbus Revelations (4/26/05)

Margaret Bourke-White: The Photography of Design, 1927-1936 (4/26/05)

Taking Place: Photographs from the Prentice and Paul Sack Collection (4/15/05)

Diane Arbus: Family Albums (4/7/05)

Acting Out: Invented Melodrama in Contemporary Photography (4/7/05)

Lee Friedlander: At Work and Sticks and Stones (3/24/05)

Just Look At It; essay by Rod Slemmons (3/24/05)

Seeing the Unseen: Photographs by Harold E. Edgerton (3/23/05)

Edward Weston: A Legacy; with article by Gail Stavitsky (3/3/05)

William Eggleston: Los Alamos (3/3/05)

Buckaroo -- The Photographs of Kurt Markus (3/2/05)

Street Credibility (2/28/05)

A Commitment to Beauty; essay by Barbara McCandless (2/15/05)

André Kertész (1/28/05)

Exotica: Photographs by Sally Grizzell Larson (1/25/05)

The Photography of Charles Sheeler: American Modernist (1/7/05)

Mark Klett: Ideas About Time (1/5/05)

 

2004

Ansel Adams and Clyde Butcher (12/31/04)

Visions for the Next Millennium: Wilderness Photography (12/21/04)

Lewis and Clark Revisited: A Trail in Modern Day, Photographs by Greg Mac Gregor (12/20/04)

Jacques Lipchitz (12/19/03)

Ansel Adams: Masterworks (12/13/04)

John Szarkowski: Photographs (12/10/04)

On the Street: The New York School of Photographers (12/6/04)

The Allen Sisters: Pictorial Photographers 1885 - 1920 (12/6/04)

Edward Weston: A Photographer's Love of Life (11/15/04)

there is no eye: Photographs by John Cohen (10/28/04)

Passionate Observer: Eudora Welty among Artists of the Thirties (10/28/04)

Family Album: The James Rutkowski Collection of American Photographs (10/26/04)

Margaret Bourke-White: The Photography of Design, 1927-1936 (10/22/04)

Edward Weston: Life Work (10/1/04)

Ansel Adams: Photographs from the Collection of the John and Barbara Glynn Family; article by Steve Moriarty (9/13/04)

The Photography of Charles Sheeler: American Modernist (9/2/04)

Arizona: A View from the Mountains (8/30/04)

Speculative Terrain - Recent Views of the Southern California Landscape from San Diego to Santa Barbara; with essay by Gordon L. Fuglie (8/25/04)

Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth, Aerial Photographs (8/13/04)

Trajectories: The Photographic Work of Robbert Flick (8/2/04)

Focus On: Florence Henri and Bathing Beauties (7/23/04)
Game Face: What Does a Female Athlete Look Like? (7/23/04)

Arrested Motion: 1950s Railroad Photographs by O. Winston Link (7/21/04)

Classic Images: From the Ansel Adams Archive (7/14/04)

Lee Friedlander At Work (7/14/04)

Quiet Pride: Ageless Wisdom of the American West, Photography by Robert Alan Clayton (7/2/04)

Spirit into Matter: The Photographs of Edmund Teske (6/29/04)

Luis Gispert/Loud Image (6/14/04)

Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Women Photographers in the Hood's Collection (5/27/04)

Trophies of the Hunt: Capturing Nature as Art (5/27/04)

Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth; Introduction by Jock Reynolds (5/11/04)

There is No Eye: Photographs by John Cohen (5/4/04)

Visions for the Next Millennium: Wilderness Photography - Focus on Preservation (5/4/04)

William Eggleston: Los Alamos (5/4/04)

Ansel Adams: Celebration of Genius / Clyde Butcher, Photographer (5/3/04)

Edward Weston: Life Work (5/3/04)

Larry Sultan: The Valley (5/1/04)

Winogrand 1964 (4/23/04)

Diane Arbus: Family Albums (4/14/04)

Another Side of Ansel Adams: Santa Cruz and Beyond; article by Kathleen Moodie (4/7/04)

Peter Koch: Nature/Morte with article by Rick Newby (4/7/04)

Visions for the Next Millenium: Wilderness Photography -- Focus on Preservation by Clyde Butcher (3/17/04)

Wallace Nutting and the Invention of Old America (3/8/04)

Passionate Observer: Eudora Welty among Artists of the Thirties (3/8/04)

The Land Through a Lens: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (3/5/04)

Behind Your Eye: Doug and Mike Starn (3/5/04)

Sally Mann: What Remains (3/2/04)

Hometown Terre Haute: Photography from the Martin Studios (3/2/04)

New York Exposed: Photographs from the Daily News, Part I (2/24/04)

Shadow-man.1: Photographs by Wolfgang Hastert (2/23/04)

Transfictions: Jack Butler, Eileen Cowin, and Grant Mudford (2/23/04)

Side by Side: Marvin Lazarus and the Neuberger (2/9/04)

Diane Arbus Revelations(2/2/04)

Gary Schneider: Portraits (2/2/04)

Texas Rangeland: The Photographs of Burton Pritzker; essay by Teresa Hayes Ebie (1/24/04)

Photography of Richard Samuel Roberts (1/23/04)

California Dreamin': Camera Clubs and the Pictorial Photography Tradition (1/15/04)

Mostly Photography and Signs and Signals (1/15/04)

Brett Weston in Hawaii (1/15/04)

 

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