A while back I wrote a blog about photographing facades (link: here) and mentioned that I had a print in a show of the same name in the late 70's at MIT.
At the time I couldn't place my hands on the work and was mourning the fact that I didn't have a copy of the poster that came out for the show.
Well, I found both the work I submitted for the show AND the poster:
It seems I was showing with some great photographers: Lewis Baltz, Robert Adams, Philip Trager, Rosewell Angier and Robyn Wessner.
I also found my submission photographs
This feels a little like looking at someone's else's photographs, and, in some sense, it is for it is work from almost 40 years ago and this was a time when my career was really just starting. It is interesting also what I chose to submit. I am reminded that the well wasn't so deep in those days, meaning I simply didn't have great depth in this way of seeing yet.
Here's the image that was in the exhibition:
from downtown Boston, a building that is still there.