Featuring the work of Lucas Blalock, Owen Kydd, and John Lehr, this exhibition, whose title derives from a 1923 poem by William Carlos Williams, assumes the form of a running dialogue between photographic images—past and present—that take as their subject the accumulated byproducts of an American way of life.
From our collection
W. Eugene Smith Archive, Center for Creative Photography, The University of Arizona
© The Heirs of W. Eugene Smith
Two Midget Clowns Backstage
John Gutmann Archive
© 1998 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents