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William Christenberry

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1974–2003

A pioneer of color photography, William Christenberry dedicated his career to articulating the unique character of his native Hale County, Alabama. For four decades beginning in the 1960s, Christenberry photographed the vernacular architecture and rural landscape of central Alabama on an annual basis, creating a prolonged study of place and the passing of time.

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Kudzu and Buildings, Greensboro, Alabama, 2003
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T.B. Hick's Store (Side View), Newbern, Alabama, 1991
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T.B. Hick's Store (Side View), Newbern, Alabama, 1991
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T.B. Hick's Store, Newbern, Alabama, 1982
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Horses and Black Buildings, Newbern, Alabama, 1978
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T.B. Hick's Store, Newbern, Alabama, 1991
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Cotton Gin Ruin (View I), Greensboro, Alabama, 2002
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Trailer with Blue Stripe, near Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 2003
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Havana Junction, Alabama, 1981
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China Grove Church, Hale County, Alabama, 1979
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Church, Hale County, Alabama, 1976
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Taylor’s Place, near Greensboro, Alabama, 1974
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5 Cent, Demopolis, 1980
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Red Building in Forest, Hale County, Alabama 1983
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Black Buildings, Newbern, Alabama, 1979
32°42'00.0"N 86°42'00.0"W

Location: Alabama, USA

Collection: High Museum of Art - Collection SFMOMA - Gift of Lee and Maria Friedlander
Gallery: Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
Text: High Museum of Art


Posted: July 2020
Category: Photography

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