Graybar Passage, Grand Central Terminal, New York

by Tillman Crane

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Tillman Crane is an American photographer who specialise in the creation of platinum and palladium photographs. His works focus on the elusive qualities of light, texture and space to bring the spirit of the ordinary in everyday locations where he lives and teaches into extraordinary in his photographs. In particular, he concentrates on the unique sense of each place, calling himself a reactionary photographer.

DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 15.0 x 18.0 ins/ 38.1 x 45.7 cm
SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Tillman Crane’ (lower right); numbered edition 4 of 25 (lower left)
MEDIUM: Photograph, archival print on photography paper

Tillman Crane is an American photographer who specialise in the creation of platinum and palladium photographs. His works focus on the elusive qualities of light, texture and space to bring the spirit of the ordinary in everyday locations where he lives and teaches into extraordinary in his photographs. In particular, he concentrates on the unique sense of each place, calling himself a reactionary photographer.

“Each object has its own threshold for light and a diffuse, overcast light which illuminates without creating dramatic shadows is my most favorite light to photograph under. This soft light still presents with a sense of direction but more importantly, it wraps around the subject, blending with its very skin and bringing something new to a previously ordinary object.” – Tillman Crane about his photography.

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As an artist, teacher, philosopher and photojournalist, Crane has been professionally involved with photography for thirty-seven years. His photography career began in 1978 as a photo-journalist for The Maryville Times. In 1988 he began teaching the craft of photography and still teaches workshops in a variety of locations to this day. He earned an MFA at the University of Delaware under John Weiss in 1990and in 1966 he took a job at the Waterford School (Sandy, Utah) and was tasked with building his own photography program.

After working solely with film and large format cameras he also enthusiastically embraced the digital world. Tillman has enjoyed the versatility of travelling more lightly and the ability to make ever bigger negatives for his prints.

Crane has also published four limited edition books, titled ‘Tillman Crane/Structur’ (2001), ‘Touchstones’ (2005), ‘Odin Stone’ (2008) and ‘A Walk Along the Jordan’ (2009) and his images are also included in several important books on contemporary photography. His photographs have been exhibited around the world and are included in major collections throughout the U.S, China, England, Ireland, Italy and Scotland.

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