Synopses & Reviews
From bold, evocative nudes to starkly beautiful still lifes, Imogen Cunningham's pioneering work has garnered worldwide acclaim. One of the first women to make her living as a photographer, Cunningham consistently experimented with a wide range of techniques during her remarkable career. Ideas without End offers the first complete retrospective of 100 of her photographs -- the majority of which have never been published -- from her earliest efforts at the turn of the century to the many now-famous images. A biographical essay by Richard Lorenz, a chronology of Cunningham's life and work, and a bibliography are also included in this superb collection, at once a beautiful portfolio and an enduring tribute to a gifted and compelling artist.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-178) and index.
About the Author
Richard Lorenz is a member of the Imogen Cunningham Trust and is currently the curator of Frontiers, a long-running Arts America exhibition in Europe. He lives in Berkeley,California.