On the occasion of the exhibition Ralph Gibson: The Trilogy, 1970–1974, The Eye of Photography presents a special edition featuring a brief overview of Ralph Gibson’s career. You will find here a selection of his most beautiful images from the 1960s, which mark his entry into art photography. Influenced by Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, Gibson hitchhiked to Los Angeles and arrived there four days later. He thought of enrolling in the local Art Center to study commercial or fashion photography. But after a short stay with a friend in San Francisco, Gibson met some students from the San Francisco...
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