Steven B. Smith: Your Mountain Is Waiting

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The work of photographer and Rhode Island School of Design professor Steven B. Smith chronicles the transition of the Western landscape into suburbia.This title documents the accelerating suburbanisation of Smith’s native Utah. Peeling back the layers of westward expansion with equal parts subtlety and irony, Smith captures the new McMansions springing up against the rocky, rust-red mountains and deep blue skies of the West.Robert Pinsky, US Poet Laureate, wrote of his work, "Smith’s images record not so much a contrast as two violent absences joining as a single force. Landfill, seedling, turnabout, heating coil collude with the sky and mountains in a triumph of disproportion: scale not so much confused or lost as irrelevant." Smith is equally attentive to the cast of characters that fill these new landscapes—the people that build them, and the people that live in them.
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The work of photographer and Rhode Island School of Design professor Steven B. Smith chronicles the transition of the Western landscape into suburbia.This title documents the accelerating suburbanisation of Smith’s native Utah. Peeling back the layers of westward expansion with equal parts subtlety and irony, Smith captures the new McMansions springing up against the rocky, rust-red mountains and deep blue skies of the West.Robert Pinsky, US Poet Laureate, wrote of his work, "Smith’s images record not so much a contrast as two violent absences joining as a single force. Landfill, seedling, turnabout, heating coil collude with the sky and mountains in a triumph of disproportion: scale not so much confused or lost as irrelevant." Smith is equally attentive to the cast of characters that fill these new landscapes—the people that build them, and the people that live in them.
  • Author
    Smith, Steven B.
  • Publisher
    Radius Books
  • Release
    February 2020
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    80 pages. 35.5 x 28 cm
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    out of stock
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