Depth of Field, volume 7, no. 1 (December 2015)Suzaan Boettger: Whispers and Cries: Photographic Evocations of the Anthropocene

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1. http://theredlist.com/media/database/photography/history/landscape-travel/ansel-adams/033-ansel-adams-theredlist.jpg (accessed 1 December 2015).

2. Baltz himself enacted several times this frontal pose yet expressive refusal when being photographed for a portrait by choosing to wear large dark glasses. https://www.google.com/search?q=lewis+baltz+portrait&oq=lewis+baltz+portrait&aqs=chrome..69i57.7927j0j4&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=0&ie=UTF-8 (accessed 1 December 2015).

3. This article is based on a talk for the symposium ‘From a ‘Topographic’ to an ‘Environmental’ Understanding of Space—Looking into the Past and into the Presence of the New Topographics Movement’ at the Museum für Photographie, Brunswick, Germany on 30 October 2015, in conjunction with the exhibition Landschaft. Umwelt. Kultur. On the New Topographics’ Transnational Impact. With appreciation to Dr. Gisela Parak, Director, for the invitation to participate.

4. Jenkins 1975, p. 5.

5. Jenkins 1975, p. 7.

6. http://www.geh.org/ne/str085/htmlsrc9/m198111310014_ful.html (accessed 1 December 2015). http://www.moma.org/collection/works/80143?locale=en (accessed 1 December 2015).

These two really need to be viewed side-by-side to note their remarkable similarities of form and mood, as do the other pairs mentioned, but constraints on reproduction rights by some artist’s estates make that adjacent placement impossible.

7. Pincus-Witten 1977, p. 19.

8. Mitchell 2002, p. 20.

9. Morton 2007, p. 1.

10. Foster-Rice 2013, p. 53.

11. Burnett 2013, p. 151.

12. Goldberg 2004.

13. Foster-Rice 2013, p. 50.

14. Kozloff, p. 119.

15. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1974.1 (accessed 15 October 2015).

16. International Center of Photography 2006, p. 23.