Only lonely: four images by William Eggleston.

William Eggleston's prints are intriguing to me because of the way they capture the mundane aspects of American life—empty streets, cars in garages, uninspired architecture—yet finds an energy and beauty in them that transcends the actual subjects. I could pick almost any four images from his body of work and the overall aesthetic would be the same. He was the true professional amateur of photography.


1 comment(s).:

August 29, 2010 at 1:52 PM Timberati said...

That has to be the most depressing Moose Lodge ever.