RICH TURNER – HOW I SAW IT – This 8.5×11 inch volume digs deep into Rich Turner’s files to share photographs of Antarctica, newspaper photojournalism, and highlights of his fine-art and commercial work in Central California. This diverse collection of photographic images gathered over 50-plus years celebrates the fact that his working life as a professional photographer has led him in countless directions.
“That eclecticism continues to hold my interest and keeps me trying to see rather than just look. Honor serendipity,” says Turner.
HOW I SAW IT is on exhibit at the Haggin Museum November 3, 2022 through January 15, 2023. This volume reproduces the images and narratives of the exhibit along with a number of additional works and a forword by Tod Ruhstaller, former CEO and Curator of History, The Haggin Museum.
This book is printed on premium 80# semigloss paper and perfect-bound within a heavy-weight semi-gloss softcover. It is 76 pages containing 86 color and black & white photographs and commentaries.
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