Andrew Moore

"Homesteaders' Tree" Cherry County, Nebraska, 2012

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Archival inkjet print
16.0 x 20.0 in (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
1 of 5
Signed and dated on verso


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About Andrew Moore

With an eye for both landscapes and society, Andrew Moore (American, b. 1957) is known for large-format photos of transitional places like Cuba and Detroit. His 2010 book Detroit Disassembled shows the city as a mixture of urban life and agrarian setting, just as his photos of the American desert, Dirt Meridian (2014), document life in an outsized natural landscape. The Connecticut-born Moore graduated from Princeton in 1979, soon after which he embarked on a project to capture New York City’s changing urban landscape; in 1995, he turned to the shuttering theaters of 42nd Street. His film How to Draw a Bunny: A Ray Johnson Portrait won the 2002 Sundance Special Jury Prize. Moore was a 2014 Guggenheim fellow.