Lewis Baltz, 1945-2014

“Being a White Anglo-Saxon Straight Male, I brought a certain ethic to my job, trying to give a good day’s work for fair pay. So, I always took it seriously, and did it as well as I could. But it was never near my heart. I was always an artist who supported himself by teaching.” Unknown

“It might be more useful, if not necessarily more true, to think of photography as a narrow, deep area between the novel and film.”

images “This was the richest, most powerful country in the world, and what did it do? It made shopping malls, tract houses, industrial parks…” http://bcove.me/z4z4byh1 Unknown-1 “…I never had much confidence in art that was scolding people. I don’t want to say that late Capitalism is wrong and that we shouldn’t do it. It’s more interesting to plant doubt in people’s minds…”

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