“William Eggleston: Los Alamos”
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The Met brings out its edition of “Los Alamos,” the most famous portfolio of images by William Eggleston. Starting in 1965, Eggleston began experimenting with color film, becoming one the first photographers to do so in a fine art context. “Los Alamos,” which was created over a nine-year period, documents Eggleston’s road trips through the American South and West in which he captured a democratic vision of the country through a democratic medium originally created for family snapshots.