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Walker Evans, Edward Steichen, Tennessee, Robert Frank, Wisconsin, Edward Weston, Theatre, Ashland Wisconsin, Stephen Shore

The Stephen Shore exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art casts a wide net, including the anomalous periods when Shore worked abroad, but its main focus is his many photographs of hyper-quotidian America, our stalest shades of red, white, and blue. These quiet and straightforward pictures—of food, buildings, cars, and toilets—show that Shore is best understood as a photographer uninterested in photographing what is agreed to be worthy of capture.

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Keri Bieniek
Stephen Shore | ARTPIL

Stephen Shore's photographs are attentive to ordinary scenes of daily experience, yet through color – and composition – Shore transforms the mundane into subjects of thoughtful meditation. A restaurant meal on a road trip, a billboard off a highway, and a dusty side street in a Texas town are all seemingly banal images, but upon reflection subtly imply meaning. Color photography attracted Shore for its ability to record the range and intensity of hues seen in life. In 1971, at age…

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Stephen Shore, Badlands National Monument, South Dakota, July 14, 1973 Ansel Adams, Robert Frank, Cars, Colour Photography, Fotos, Photo, Fotografie, Kunst, Scenes

Stephen Shore's photographs are attentive to ordinary scenes of daily experience, yet through color--and composition--Shore transforms the mundane into subjects of thoughtful meditation. A restaurant meal on a road trip, a billboard off a highway, and a dusty side street in a Texas town are all seemingly banal images, but upon reflection subtly imply meaning.

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Sam Lowe
Stephen Shore, Ginger Shore, West Palm Beach, Florida, November 14, 1977 Ansel Adams, Photography, Pantone, Instagram, Robert Frank, Walker Evans, Photographer, Visual, Photographs

Stephen Shore's photographs are attentive to ordinary scenes of daily experience, yet through color--and composition--Shore transforms the mundane into subjects of thoughtful meditation. A restaurant meal on a road trip, a billboard off a highway, and a dusty side street in a Texas town are all seemingly banal images, but upon reflection subtly imply meaning.

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Tays Perez
Stephen Shore. Horseshoe Bend Motel, Lovell, Wyoming, July 16, 1973. 1973 Gregory Crewdson, New Topographics, Stephen Shore, Bard College, Walker Evans, Cindy Sherman, William Eggleston, American Road Trip, Aesthetic Stuff

Stephen Shore. Horseshoe Bend Motel, Lovell, Wyoming, July 16, 1973. 1973. Chromogenic print, printed 2013. 17 × 21 3/4" (43.2 × 55.2 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Robert B. Menschel. 355.2013.x1-x2. © 2024 Stephen Shore. Photography

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Achal Mishra