Robert Adams – Gone?
Colorado in the 1980s
Robert Adams (*1937) began by photographing suburban landscapes along the edge of the Rocky Mountains. His goal was then, and remains, to acknowledge the disappearance of wilderness but also to discover a basis for affirmation. In the 1980s he went on to revisit semi-rural areas through which he had walked as a boy – landscapes no longer pristine but still notable for their quiet, space and light.
The views in this book, none published before, record some of what he found compelling.
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