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American Horizons: The Photographs of Art Sinsabaugh

Selected Bibliography
Works by Sinsabaugh:
With text by Sherwood Anderson, 6 Mid-American Chants/11 Midwest Photographs, 1964; “Midwest Landscapes: Low, Wide and Handsome,” International Harvester World no. 10 (1963); “Chicago-City of Endless Horizons,” Chicago Sunday American Magazine (July 3, 1966); “Prairie Landscapes: Rural and Urban,” Design & Environment I, no. 3 (Fall 1970); “Western Spaces” in Aperture 98 (Spring 1985).

Works about Sinsabaugh:
Allan Porter, “Art Sinsabaugh,” Camera no. 6 (June 1972); Sherman Paul, “Images of a City: Art Sinsabaugh’s Chicago Landscape,” New Letters 39, no. 4 (June 1973); Greg Daugherty, “Found Horizon: Art Sinsabaugh and the American Landscape,” Professional Photographer 105, no. 1998 (November 1978); Gene Thornton, “Art Sinsabaugh’s Landscapes,” Camera no. 58 (April 1979); Pepe Karmel, “Art Sinsabaugh [at] Daniel Wolf,” Art in America 68, no. 9 (November 1980); Emily Simson, “Art Sinsabaugh,” Artnews 83, no. 4 (April 1984); Gene Thornton, “Art Sinsabaugh’s Landscapes,” Camera no. 58 (April 1979); Ralph Gibson, “[Interview with] Art Sinsabaugh,” in Landscape: Theory (edited by Carol DiGrappa),1980; Jonathan Williams, “To Imply, and Then to Amplify—Homage to Art Sinsabaugh,” Aperture 95 (Summer 1984).

Works including Sinsabaugh:
City of Chicago, Department of City Planning, Basic Policies for the Comprehensive Plan of Chicago, 1964; Margaret S. Rátz, Exploring Chicago (rev. ed.), 1965; Robert McLaughlin, The Heartland, 1967; Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, compiled, “A Collection of Photographs,” Aperture 14, no. 2 (Fall 1969); Life Library of Photography, The Print, 1970; Alan Trachtenberg, et al., The City: American Experience, 1971; Arnold Gassan, A Chronology of Photography, 1972; Constance Sullivan, ed., Nude: Photographs 1850-1980, 1980; Museum of Modern Art, The History and the Collection, 1984; Peter Turner, ed., American Images: Photographs 1845-1980, 1985; Michèle and Michel Auer, Encyclopédie Internationale des Photographes de 1839 a nos jours (vol. 2), 1985; Colin Naylor, ed., Contemporary Photographers, 1988 (2nd ed.); H. Daniel Peck, ed., The Green American Tradition: Essays and Poems for Sherman Paul, 1989; Michel Frizot, ed., Nouvelle Histoire de la Photographie, Paris, 1994; Keith F. Davis, An American Century of Photography: From Dry-Plate to Digital, 1995 (2nd edition, 1999); Peter C. Jones, The Changing Face of America, 1991; Tony Hiss, “Moments of Grace: Spirit in the American Landscape,” Aperture no. 150, 1998; Robert Hirsch, Seizing the Light: A History of Photography, 2000; Joanne Trestail, Illinois: Art of the State, 1999; Gretchen Garner, Disappearing Witness: Change in Twentieth-Century American Photography, 2003.