The New Yorker


The distinctive elongated format of the American photographer’s beautiful platinum prints is well-suited to her signature subject: landscape. Conner’s sweeping vistas of mountains and valleys recall classic nineteenth-century views of the American West, and the pictures here, made over the past twenty years, include examples taken in Arizona, Utah, and South Dakota. They are juxtaposed with images of Tibet, Turkey, and China, as well as less picturesque but equally subtle shots of New York rooftops and a Louisiana back yard. Through Nov. 15.

September 10 – November 15 Gitterman Gallery