Lake Erie Lynn Whitney

Lake Erie

Author: Lynn Whitney
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Book Title
Lake Erie
Author
Lynn Whitney
ISBN
9783969001127
Beautifully captured images of the unique and imperiled landscape of Lake ErieFor over a decade, large-format photographer Lynn Whitney has captured Lake Erie's Ohio shores. The beautifully rendered images contained in Lake Erie reveal a sense of diverse communities, changing landscapes, and deep histories of a place. Inspired by Frank Gohlke's work on Lake Erie, Whitney's distinct eye acts as a guide through this unique and imperiled landscape; her images ask what the chances are for our collective future and offer hope in the effort of noticing. Included are Nicholas Nixon's personal account of Whitney's practice, a cultural exploration by curator Robin Reisenfeld, and an essay by biologist George Bullerjahn, which chronicles the environmental and geological characteristics of the lake. As a collection, these photographs and texts are reminders of the past we share; of what we have done and continue to do to the lake and to each other.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Lynn WhitneyPublisher: Kehrer VerlagPublished: 09/05/2023ISBN: 9783969001127Pages: 112Weight: 2.12lbsSize: 11.57h x 9.53w x 0.63d
Beautifully captured images of the unique and imperiled landscape of Lake ErieFor over a decade, large-format photographer Lynn Whitney has captured Lake Erie's Ohio shores. The beautifully rendered images contained in Lake Erie reveal a sense of diverse communities, changing landscapes, and deep histories of a place. Inspired by Frank Gohlke's work on Lake Erie, Whitney's distinct eye acts as a guide through this unique and imperiled landscape; her images ask what the chances are for our collective future and offer hope in the effort of noticing. Included are Nicholas Nixon's personal account of Whitney's practice, a cultural exploration by curator Robin Reisenfeld, and an essay by biologist George Bullerjahn, which chronicles the environmental and geological characteristics of the lake. As a collection, these photographs and texts are reminders of the past we share; of what we have done and continue to do to the lake and to each other.

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Lynn Whitney
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Published: 09/05/2023
ISBN: 9783969001127
Pages: 112
Weight: 2.12lbs
Size: 11.57h x 9.53w x 0.63d
Beautifully captured images of the unique and imperiled landscape of Lake ErieFor over a decade, large-format photographer Lynn Whitney has captured Lake Erie's Ohio shores. The beautifully rendered images contained in Lake Erie reveal a sense of diverse communities, changing landscapes, and deep histories of a place. Inspired by Frank Gohlke's work on Lake Erie, Whitney's distinct eye acts as a guide through this unique and imperiled landscape; her images ask what the chances are for our collective future and offer hope in the effort of noticing. Included are Nicholas Nixon's personal account of Whitney's practice, a cultural exploration by curator Robin Reisenfeld, and an essay by biologist George Bullerjahn, which chronicles the environmental and geological characteristics of the lake. As a collection, these photographs and texts are reminders of the past we share; of what we have done and continue to do to the lake and to each other.

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Lynn Whitney
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Published: 09/05/2023
ISBN: 9783969001127
Pages: 112
Weight: 2.12lbs
Size: 11.57h x 9.53w x 0.63d