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The New Industrial Parks Near Irvine, California

by Lewis Baltz

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Baltz's photography here can be seen as a late modernistic irony, using the technique (large format camera, sharpness through the frame and long tonal scale prints, etc.) and parameters of modernism aesthetic (e.g. choice of contemporary, often industrial subject matter, strong graphic structure, et, al.) reduced to almost empty absurdity. More often he is seen as a master of minimalism, its own fine art style, and commended for it. The work can also been considered as social information and commentary, what is the nature of our industrial environment? Here it is seen as as barren, clarified form with no more than needed for its functions. However interpreted,, this work in exhibitions and publications had considerable impact
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