Photography

Nicaragua Before Now

Factory Work, Farming, and Fishing in a Low-wage Global Economy
By Nell Farrell

Farrell weaves together interviews, photographs, and her own observations to illustrate the relationship between Nicaraguan laborers, international politics, and global markets.

In the Places of the Spirits

By David Grant Noble

In the Places of the Spirits features seventy-six duotone plates of the land, people, and deep past of the Southwest, most published here for the first time, accompanied by personal reflections that reveal much about the artist and the magnificent land that inspires his artistry.

The University of New Mexico

By V. B. Price
Photographs by Robert Reck

Robert Reck beautifully captures the unique campus and architecture of the University of New Mexico.

Picturing an Exhibition

The Family of Man and 1950s America
By Eric Sandeen

Examines a major photography exhibit and its connections with the politics and culture of the 1950s, and how the U.S.I.A. used it to project a view of American culture abroad.

Maya Yucatan

An Artist's Journey
By Phillip Hofstetter

These spectacular images document the beauty of the ancient sites of Yucatán and the enduring character of the Maya people still inhabiting the region.

Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby

Photographs by Craig Varjabedian

Varjabedian illuminates the dramatic cliffs and plains of Ghost Ranch, once the home of Georgia O'Keeffe.

San Juan Legacy

Life in the Mining Camps
By Duane A. Smith
Photographs by John Ninnemann

Smith and Ninnemann chronicle the early years of the nineteenth century boomtowns in the mountains of western Colorado.

Darfur

By Lucian Niemeyer

Niemeyer's travels in the Sudan are illustrated by his stunning color photographs of the people caught in the wrenching violence.

Yucatan Through Her Eyes

Alice Dixon Le Plongeon, Writer and Expeditionary Photographer
By Lawrence Desmond

The biography and photographs of this talented and adventurous woman are accompanied here by her previously unpublished diary.

Free Flow

The Gila River in New Mexico
By Jan Haley

Heartfelt photographs--dramatic, tranquil, and vivid by turn--portray the wild beauty of southwest New Mexico's Gila River.

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