From 1974 through 1976, Roger Minick worked on Southland, a project for which he photographed freeways, vernacular architecture, and made portraits of people at fast-food outlets and shopping plazas in Southern California. Looking back, the photographs comprise a collective portrait of popular culture in Southern California in the mid 1970s. Both Minick’s work from Southland and his highly acclaimed Sightseer series, can be seen online at https://www.josephbellows.com/artists/roger-minick/featured-works Joseph Bellows Gallery 7661 Girard Avenue La Jolla CA 92037 www.josephbellows.com
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