Ann Torrence drove over 15,000 miles to research and photograph her first solo work, U.S. Highway 89: the Scenic Route to Seven Western National Parks. The Highway 89 project explores a north-south transect of the United States as a metaphor for the myths and realities of the American West. Ann’s documentary photos explore the interplay of the human element and landscape; transformations of culture–what is kept, lost, and reinvented over time; passionate people of any stripe, and the idea of the great American west.
Ann co-leads Utah’s largest photography group, PhotowalkingUtah, teaches workshops on photography for the University of Utah’s Continuing Education program and was the Entrada Institute 2010 Artist-in-Residence. Her book won the City Weekly 2010 Artys Award for Best Non-Fiction Book.
Hour: 8 PM
Title: 2012.01.01 20:30:08
Process: Archival Pigment Print on Photo Paper
Price: $250 (SOLD)