William Eggleston

The American photographer William Eggleston gained popularity with his color photography in the 60s.  The work on view displays his Los Alamos collection—comprising of 75 dye transfer prints from color negatives made between 1965 – 1974 which were taken during various road trips through Memphis, Mississippi Delta, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Southern California, and ending at Santa Monica Pier. View more of his work on Artsy.

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On view through Monday 28 May 2018 at The Met, 1000 Fifth Avenue.

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