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Ex 2.3: Typologies

This exercise requires the reading of Sean O’Hagan’s article on the New Topographics exhibition and publication and watching of a video of Lewis Baltz talking about his work. And then a response to the work of one the photographers mentioned and ‘thoughts on typological approaches’. ‘New topographics was a term coined by William Jenkins in 1975 …


My name is Andrew Fitzgibbon, an out-of-practice musician, a practicing photographer and hard-grafter in between.

I am based in North Yorkshire, UK and am also frequently found in other parts of our wonderful planet. I share home with my wife, two children and their numerous pets.


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