In the years since the introduction of digital photography the number of images we produce and see has reached seemingly gargantuan levels, only to multiply again and again. Many, from artists to sociologists to cultural critics, have attempted to weigh the effect of this visual data and provide perspective on its significance for and about us as a society of makers and consumers of images.
Few people have parsed our visual culture with the esthetic and conceptual chops of Penelope Umbrico, who was recently awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and whose monograph, (photographs), was published recently by Aperture.
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