Alongside her oeuvre of portraits portraying the daily life of the social elite that American photographer Tina Barney is most known for, exists an entire series of landscape photographs taken by her using an 8 by 10-inch view camera. Barney first began her experimentation with landscape photography in the late 1980s and would not revisit the subject again until the summer of 2017. Returning to her familiar New England backdrop, Barney champions distant views of shingled houses, rocky coastlines, small town thoroughfares and main street squares, challenging herself out-of-doors to refine and build upon her compositional tactics. Capturing families and...
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