Certainly not only interesting for the photography but for its stringent portrait of both the rural world and especially industry and its power. The stern lines, the (mostly) absence of humans and a keen eye for the mundane are striking and make me wonder how Sheeler painted. Something I want to look at soon since I'd expect his artistry in both fields to be mutually influencing and not just one directional. A stunning book that will potentially change how I look at things, both directly and thru a lens.
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