American Architectural Photography

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Excavation: Recent Photographs by Stanley Greenberg was a 2013 exhibit at the Bellarmine Museum of Art which says: "This exhibition of more than 50 images is the artistic culmination of critically acclaimed photographer Stanley Greenberg's quest to walk every street in New York City, documenting the typologies he encounters while traversing the island in search of remnants of a forgotten urban past."  Readers may download the Exhibition Catalogue with entries by Jill J. Deupi, Kurt Schlichting, Johanna X.K. Garvey, and Jung Joon Lee. Accessed 1/17

Misty Keasler: Haunt  is a 2017 exhibit at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth which says: "Approximately 40 photographs (out of 104) that feature American haunted houses are included in this exhibition. These photographs are unpopulated, apart from a few gory figurative props such as severed heads, monsters, and dead bodies." - To read more after exhibit closes, go to "Past Exhibitions" section of museum website.  Also see artist's website  Accessed 11/17

Maynard L. Parker Collection, from The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Includes biography and database. Accessed August, 2015. American architectural photography

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