“This film celebrates the life and work of Laura Gilpin, an artist whose career spanned 76 years yet who worked most of that time in obscurity. With a pragmatic mind, an insightful eye and a compassionate heart, Laura Gilpin was a distinct voice in the great photographic endeavor of the 20th century to define and understand the American west. Through a detailed retrospective of her unique photographs, from her rare autochromes and exquisite platinum landscapes to her gentle portraits of Navajo life, learn how unlike her contemporaries, Laura Gilpin interpreted her surroundings as relationships between land and people rather than landscapes devoid of human existence. Experience Laura Gilpin’s remarkable ability to connect these dynamic and sometimes fragile relationships of life in the west to the inner and universal landscape of humanity.”
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