Heartfelt photographs--dramatic, tranquil, and vivid by turn--portray the wild beauty of southwest New Mexico's Gila River.
Baumler and Cooper collaborate to tell the human story of Montana's first federal penal facility.
Subjects: American WestHistoryPhotography
This lavishly produced book, packaged in a handsome slipcase, showcases the work of twenty-five contemporary photographers who have strong ties to New Mexico.
Iconic photographs and the stories of the men, women, and children who work California's farms and orchards to feed America.
Subjects: American WestChicana and ChicanoPhotographyPoliticsAnthropology
Anna Tomczak's iconic tableaux have been featured in exhibitions and collections at numerous major photography and art museums.
This collection of photographs from the last three decades by Western writer and photographer Nancy Wood captures the people and places of rural Colorado and New Mexico.
Subjects: American WestPhotographyWomenAmerican Indians
Alex Harris beautifully captures many archetypes of today's Cuba, and Lillian Guerra's essay discusses what it means to be Cuban.
Subjects: Latin AmericaPhotography
One of the West's most eloquent photographers shares his favorite images and his stories of how they came to be.
Subjects: American WestPhotography
This well-rounded portrait of the Jicarilla people and lands reveals a culture and lifestyle seldom studied in the past.
Subjects: American IndiansHistoryPhotographyAnthropology
This is the first book to document the extensive collaboration between writers and photographers in Latin America from the Mexican Revolution through the twentieth century.