Robert Adams: The Place We Live
Printed with an unprecedented fidelity to the photographer’s original prints, Robert Adams: The Place We Live,
A Retrospective Selection of Photographs, 1964–2009 is a retrospective that surveys all of his major
projects. Volumes one and two reflect Adams’s exacting vision of a compelling sequence of nearly four hundred plates and
bring together texts written by the photographer to accompany his photographic books. Volume three offers a
detailed chronology of the photographer’s life, an illustrated bibliography of his monographs, selections from
his personal archive, and a series of critical essays on his work by Joshua Chuang, Tod Papageorge, Jock Reynolds,
and John Szarkowski.
What Can We Believe Where?
The most accessible collection of Robert Adams’s body of work to date, What We Can Believe Where?:
Photographs of the American West presents a carefully edited narrative sequence of more than one hundred
photographs from a distinguished forty-five-year career, along with an afterword by Joshua Chuang and Jock Reynolds.
In addition to collaborating with the Yale University Art Gallery on the retrospective exhibition and publications, Robert Adams has worked closely with the Gallery to revise and reissue his classic monographs denver, What We Bought, and Summer Nights (republished as Summer Nights, Walking) in lucid new editions. In 2012, the Gallery will publish Sea Stories and This Day, a pair of books featuring pictures made in Oregon over the past ten years.
To order these publications, please visit the Gallery’s online Bookstore.