American photographer Todd Walker, who died in 1998, was a prolific photographer, printmaker, and book artist who is best known for his layered, manipulated prints and his use of offset lithography and screenprinting. He revived and reinterpreted 19th century photographic processes, and later experimented with early digital photography made possible by the first Apple computers. An exhibition at Etherton Gallery...
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