William Christenberry (Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1936) holds a remarkable place in the recent history of American photography with his peculiar vision of the traditional landscape of the South of the United States. He is certainly regarded as one of the pioneer of color photography but also as a polymorph artist able to give a definitive memory to a landscape where he lived and walked through all is life.
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