Doug Keyes

Condensing the entire content of a book into a single photo, Doug Keyes photographs each page onto a single piece of film to give the impression of knowledge stacking up over time. Called "Collective Memory," the series, was recently awarded a Juror’s Choice Award through the Center (formerly the Sante Fe Center for Photography). The images retain the physical identity of the book itself and …

Edward Burtynsky: China

Edward Burtynsky photographs a world changing for the purposes of industrial development. His most recent book, China, is a glimpse into the massive social and economic transformation currently underway as China tries to join the ranks of more industrialized nations. Burtynsky says that “these images are meant as metaphors to the dilemma of our modern existence; they search for a dialogue between attraction and repulsion, …

Andreas Gefeller

Like another German photographer named Andreas, Andreas Gefeller’s very large-scale color photographs are both beautifully simple and crammed with detail. By rigging his camera from a height of 6-7 feet and at a 90-degree angle to a surface, he photographs every inch of his chosen environment. He then transforms all the images into a grid, which are stitched together digitally to form the final photograph. …