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David Benjamin Sherry: American Monuments

Text by Terry Tempest Williams, Bill McKibben.

Featured image is reproduced from 'David Benjamin Sherry: American Monuments.'

A vivid portrait of the assault on America's parks and forests

David Benjamin Sherry: American Monuments is a landscape photography project that captures the spirit and intrinsic value of America’s threatened system of national monuments. In April 2017 an executive order called for the review of the 27 national monuments created since January 1996. In December 2017 the final report called on the president to shrink four national monuments and change the management of six others, recommending that areas in Maine, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans be offered for sale, specifically for oil drilling and coal and uranium mining. American Monuments focuses on the areas under review, with special emphasis on those that have already been decimated. Sherry documents these pristine, sacred and wildly diverse areas using the traditional, historic 8x10" large format. The resulting 31 photographs—all tipped in to the book by hand—not only convey the beauty of these important and ecologically diverse sites, but also shed light upon the plight of the perennially exploited landscape of the American West.

American photographer David Benjamin Sherry (born 1981) specializes in large-format film photography made with meticulous attention to analog photographic processes. Sherry’s use of vibrant monochrome color began while studying for his MFA at Yale. Working closely with master printer and photographer Richard Benson, Sherry discovered that, through analog printing techniques, he could manipulate color film to chromatic extremes. For Sherry, the vibrant colors he incorporates into the work are a conduit for his intense, sometimes mystical connections to the natural world and reflect his own queer experience of traversing the American West.


Featured image is reproduced from 'David Benjamin Sherry: American Monuments.'

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Linda Alterwitz

Sherry presents the viewer with an opportunity to contemplate the deep connections we have with our planet – what is seen on the surface verses what is hidden below. The viewer is left to contemplate where the truth lies.

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FROM THE ARTBOOK BLOG

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/17/2019

David Benjamin Sherry signing 'American Monuments' at Deep Vellum Books, Dallas

David Benjamin Sherry signing 'American Monuments' at Deep Vellum Books, Dallas

Sunday, December 22 from 3–5 PM, Deep Vellum Books presents photographer David Benjamin Sherry signing American Monuments, published by Radius Books.
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FROM THE ARTBOOK BLOG

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/15/2020

Exquisite activism in David Benjamin Sherry's 'American Monuments'

Exquisite activism in David Benjamin Sherry's 'American Monuments'

"Devils Garden, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah" is reproduced from David Benjamin Sherry's deluxe new Radius Books monograph, American Monuments, collecting Shery's vibrant, large-format photographs of national monuments under review following the 2017 executive order that has threatened to shrink or redefine many of them. "The candescent photography of David Benjamin Sherry shatters the frontier myth of a world that exists in black and white," Terry Tempest Williams writes. "Call these disruptive images of color as a queering of the American landscape. We can no longer afford to frame this vast territory as belonging only to the rugged individualist, the Marlboro Man riding upright on his high horse trying to corral anything or anyone that looks different than he does." continue to blog


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David Benjamin Sherry: American Monuments

DAVID BENJAMIN SHERRY: AMERICAN MONUMENTS

Text by Terry Tempest Williams, Bill McKibben.

RADIUS BOOKS

ISBN: 9781942185611
USD $75.00
| CAN $105 UK £ 65

Pub Date: 7/14/2020
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David Benjamin Sherry: Quantum Light

DAVID BENJAMIN SHERRY: QUANTUM LIGHT

Introduction by Collier Schorr.

DAMIANI/SALON 94

ISBN: 9788862082136
USD $50.00
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Pub Date: 4/30/2012
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David Benjamin Sherry: It's Time

DAVID BENJAMIN SHERRY: IT'S TIME

Text by Neville Wakefield.

DAMIANI

ISBN: 9788862080934
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Pub Date: 10/31/2009
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