Rebecca Norris Webb isn’t just famed Magnum photographer Alex Webb’s wife. She’s also a poet and, especially, a photographer. Her photographs stand out for the same precise composition found in her husband’s work. But unlike him, she trains her lens on landscapes instead of men, using all kinds of living beings as organizational elements rather than main characters. However, Rebecca Norris Webb’s photographs brilliantly handle humor, lyricism and the poetry of lines.
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