Ray K. Metzker (born 1931) is one of the most important living american photographers. His main subject over the years is light and shadow, his black&white prints are of outstanding quality. Originally from Wisconsin, he lives and works in Philadelphia. He was a student of Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at the Institute of Design in Chicago. He taught for many years at the Philadelphia College of Art and at the University of New Mexico. The last of his numerous exhibitions was held at the Getty Museum LA.
All photographs: if not otherwise indicated vintage, silver gelatine, prices on request
1958, 58EM33, signed, titled and dated, Ed 25, 254 x 203 mm
1963, 63LF17, signed, titled and dated, Ed 5, 152 x 229 mm
1964, IO-42, printed 2009, Ed.15, signed, titled and dated, 220 x 150 mm (special edition of the book «AutoMagic»)
München, 1999, 245 x 305 cm, 96 p.
New York, 2000, 308 x 317 mm, 152 p.
Göttingen, 2008, 275 x 285 mm, 288 p.
Berlin 2009, 260 x 320 mm, 132 p.
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