• Garry Fabian Miller

    Valentina Moncada

    When he took the Cibachrome photographs in the series “Sections of England: The Sea Horizon,” 1976–77, Garry Fabian Miller used the same type of lens, film, and format for each image. What is more significant, however, is that he shot all the photographs from the same position—the roof of his home, which is located on an estuary of the Severn River. The dramatic variations in these vistas are thus determined by changes in weather and time of day, rather than vantage point—an approach that reflects a Cartesian emphasis on a fixed, panoramic eye.

    Fabian Miller’s technical finesse, as well as his

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