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Posted 07.11.11 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Mark Klett & Aaron Rothman: Views Across Time



Left: Timothy O’Sullivan, 1868, “Quartz Mill near Virginia City” (U.S. Geological Survey). Right: Mark Klett for the Rephotographic Survey Project, 1979, “Site of the Gould and Curry Mine, Virginia City, Nevada.” Click image to enlarge.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Views Across Time
On Places, an interview with photographer Mark Klett and a slideshow from his ongoing rephotography project, with views across time of the American West.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mark Klett is Regents' Professor of Art at Arizona State University and a contributing editor of Places. His latest book is The Half-Life of History. 
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Aaron Rothman’s photographs, video and installation artwork explore perceptual experience of space in both natural and built environments.
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