In this latest collection of photographs taken over the last forty-plus years, I turn my lens on the contemporary American West. I wanted to show some of the changes in our conception of western landscapes, as well as life within the region. In deconstructing the pictures, cultural critic Lucy Lippard notes that they "seem to emerge from cracks in American culture. They show us a past that still affects, and reflects, our present, revealing unexpected insights into how the myths of the West were formed and how they relate to reality. "
On press at Damiani Editore in Bologna with designer David Skolkin
Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis, Wyoming
John Ford's Cabin, Goulding's Lodge, Monument Valley
The landscape of Sardinia is varied with volcanic buttes, higher mountains, good farmland for wine grapes, cork trees, olives, and pasture crops for sheep and goats.
Nuraghe Palmavera, Sardinia. There are thousands of remains of small villages like this one (c.1500-800 BC) around the island.
Painter and printmaker Giorgio Morandi's studio in Bologna.
Unfortunately, little is left of Morandi's apartment but his studio and many of his bottles remain in a protected space.