Essays by Abigail Foerstner and John Rohrbach
Introduction by Kenneth C. Burkhart
This lavishly illustrated book of photographs surveys Barbara Crane’s contributions to the field of contemporary photography and honors an exceptional American artist during her eightieth year. She has helped pioneer image making through a lifetime commitment to making photographs. This book is the definitive and largest overview of her remarkable career, which dates from the early 1960s to the present. It accompanies a traveling exhibition of the same title, presenting a selection of over 250 works, while also offering personal accounts and critical analyses of Crane’s long and impressive career.