• David Plowden's Iowa

    David Plowden's Iowa


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    Edited by Christopher R. Rossi. Proclaimed 'an American treasure' by historian David McCullough, David Plowden trained under the great masters of 20th century photography, including Minor White, Nathan Lyons, O. Winston Link, and his mentor, Walker Evans, who taught him the importance of light and shadow. Plowden's exhibition, The Hand of Man on America, set a record for longest touring production of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), and the Beinecke Library at Yale will curate his body of work for posterity. Here in a capstone tribute to his adopted Iowa, David Plowden has selected works from over four decades of his photography taken during his travels across the state. Here is the collected work of an American master on his favorite state to photograph -- David Plowden's Iowa.