A 10th-generation native of New Jersey, renowned photographer George Tice began his thirty-year documentation of the vernacular architecture of his home state with Paterson in 1972, which formed part of his acclaimed one-man show at Metropolitan Museum of Art. His most iconic images from this exploration are White Castle, Route 1, Rahway, N.J., and Petit's Mobil Station, Cherry Hill, N.J. In Paterson II, Tice revisits his source of inspiration, adding scores of new images, and making an eloquent statement about time and change in a small Northeastern city. 77 quadratone photographs.
|Publisher:||Quantuck Lane Press|
|Product dimensions:||9.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.83(d)|
About the Author
George Tice has published more than a dozen photographic collections over the past forty years. A professor of photography and printing techniques at The New School in New York City, his work is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, the Art Institute of Chicago, International Center of Photography, the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, the Columbus Museum of Art, and Bibliotheque Nationale, in Paris. He lives in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. A. D. Coleman is a distinguished writer of photographic history and criticism; his most recent collection is Available Light. He lives in Staten island, New York.