Ranch

Ranch

Michael Light Rebecca Solnit / Jan 26, 2020

Ranch Ranch is a cinematic photo novel that looks atone of the last remaining traditional California ranches As much aboutmyth as the particular details of a specific place the photographsexamine a primal

  • Title: Ranch
  • Author: Michael Light Rebecca Solnit
  • ISBN: 9780944092255
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ranch is a cinematic photo novel that looks atone of the last remaining traditional California ranches As much aboutmyth as the particular details of a specific place, the photographsexamine a primal American dream the persistent idea of endless land andthe right to possess it Depictions of the West as a vast garden ofromantic innocence and male possibility abound, butRanch is a cinematic photo novel that looks atone of the last remaining traditional California ranches As much aboutmyth as the particular details of a specific place, the photographsexamine a primal American dream the persistent idea of endless land andthe right to possess it Depictions of the West as a vast garden ofromantic innocence and male possibility abound, but the claustrophobicviolence annd domination required to turn the dream into reality areperhaps less familiar.

    • [PDF] ↠ Unlimited ☆ Ranch : by Michael Light Rebecca Solnit ↠
      465 Michael Light Rebecca Solnit
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ↠ Unlimited ☆ Ranch : by Michael Light Rebecca Solnit ↠
      Posted by:Michael Light Rebecca Solnit
      Published :2019-02-14T20:41:41+00:00

    About "Michael Light Rebecca Solnit"

      • Michael Light Rebecca Solnit

        Michael Light is a San Francisco based photographer and bookmaker focused on the environment and how contemporary American culture relates to it His work is concerned both with the politics of that relationship and the seductions of landscape representation He has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally, and his work has been collected by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Getty Research Library, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The New York Public Library, and the Victoria Albert Museum in London, among others.For the last fifteen years, Light has aerially photographed over settled and unsettled areas of American space, pursuing themes of mapping, vertigo, human impact on the land, and various aspects of geologic time and the sublime A private pilot, he is currently working on an extended aerial photographic survey of the inter mountain Western states, and in 2007 won a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Photography to pursue this project Radius Books published the first of a planned multi volume series of this work, Bingham Mine Garfield Stack, in Fall 2009 The second, LA Day LA Night, will be released in Spring 2011.Light is also known for reworking familiar historical photographic and cultural icons with a landscape driven perspective by sifting through public archives His first such project, FULL MOON 1999 , used lunar geological survey imagery made by the Apollo astronauts to show the moon both as a sublime desert and an embattled point of first human contact His most recent archival project, 100 SUNS 2003 , focused on the politics and landscape meanings of military photographs of U.S atmospheric nuclear detonations from 1945 to 1962 20 editions of Light s books have been published globally since 1993.


    225 Comments

    Leave a Reply