This land is your land, this land is my land
From California to the New York island;
From the redwood forest
to the Gulf Stream waters
This land was made for you and me.
1 This land is your land, this land is my land.... 15 17
Foreword, Christopher McCall Relics of Hope, Brian Wallis
25 As I was walking that ribbon of highway....
Deanna Templeton and Ed Templeton: Contemporary Suburbium Jim Goldberg: Darrell and Patricia Corine Vermeulen: Your Town Tomorrow Donovan Wylie: A Good and Spacious Land
Iâ€™ve roamed and rambled....
Bryan Schutmaat: Grays the Mountain Sends James Nares: Street Paolo Pellegrin: Heat of the Night Bruce Gilden: Citizen
When the sun came shining....
32 50 60
Dawoud Bey: Harlem Redux 150 Alessandra Sanguinetti: Black River Falls 162 Guillermo Galindo and Richard Misrach: Border Cantos 140
As I went walking I saw a sign there....
Bruce Gilden: Foreclosures 194 Daniel Postaer: Boomtown 204 Katy Grannan: The Ninety Nine and the Nine 184
In the shadow of the steeple I saw my people....
Jim Goldberg: Selected Polaroids 232 Brian Ulrich: Dark Stores 242 Alec Soth: Songbook 252 An-My LĂŞ: The Silent General 222
Selected Image Captions Works in the Exhibition Acknowledgments
Nobody living can ever stop me....
DEANNA TEMPLETON AND ED TEMPLETON
Left to right, top to bottom: Deanna Templeton, Huntington Beach (DRI girl), 2014 Deanna Templeton, Huntington Beach (dog in stroller), 2015 Deanna Templeton, Huntington Beach (man asleep in front yard), 2007 Deanna Templeton, Huntington Beach (Corbin and friends), 2013 Deanna Templeton, Huntington Beach (tpâ€™ed house), 2014 34
TEMPLETON | 35
Left to right, top to bottom: Ed Templeton, Car, Huntington Beach, 2015 Ed Templeton, Staz Lindes, Huntington Beach, 2012 Ed Templeton, Sidewalk art, Avalon, 2006 42
TEMPLETON | 43
YOUR TOWN TOMORROW
Corine Vermeulen, Michigan Central, 2007 62
VERMEULEN | 63
Left to right: Corine Vermeulen, Linda and her daughter Diamond, 2011 Corine Vermeulen, Drew, 2017 VERMEULEN | 65
D AW O U D B E Y
Left to right: Dawoud Bey, West 124th Street and Lenox Avenue, 2016 Dawoud Bey, United House of Prayer for All People, 2016 142
BEY | 143
Dawoud Bey, Three Men and the Lenox Lounge, 2015 144
BEY | 145
Left to right: Brian Ulrich, Richland Mall, 2009 Brian Ulrich, Cloverleaf Mall, 2011 234
ULRICH | 235
Left to right, top to bottom: Brian Ulrich, Future CompUSA, 2010 Brian Ulrich, Best Thrift, 2010 Brian Ulrich, Circuit City, 2008 Brian Ulrich, Circuit City, 2010 236
ULRICH | 237
Photography credits: Dawoud Bey: © Dawoud Bey, courtesy the artist and Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco / Guillermo Galindo: © Guillermo Galindo, courtesy the artist. Photography by Richard Misrach / Bruce Gilden: © Bruce Gilden, courtesy the artist / Jim Goldberg: © Jim Goldberg, courtesy the artist; Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York; and Casemore Kirkeby, San Francisco / Katy Grannan: © Katy Grannan, courtesy the artist; Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco; and Salon 94, New York / An-My Lê: © An-My Lê, courtesy the artist; courtesy the artist and STXFilms (p. 258) / Richard Misrach: © Richard Misrach, courtesy the artist; Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco; Pace/ MacGill Gallery, New York; and Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles / James Nares: © James Nares, courtesy the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. Photography by Ry Allred / Paolo Pellegrin: © Paolo Pellegrin/Magnum Photos, courtesy the artist / Daniel Postaer: © Daniel Postaer, courtesy the artist / Alessandra Sanguinetti: © Alessandra Sanguinetti, courtesy the artist and Yossi Milo Gallery, New York / Bryan Schutmaat: © Bryan Schutmaat, courtesy the artist / Alec Soth: © Alec Soth, courtesy the artist / Deanna Templeton: © Deanna Templeton, courtesy the artist / Ed Templeton: © Ed Templeton, courtesy the artist / Brian Ulrich: © Brian Ulrich, courtesy the artist and Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco / Charles van Schaick: Wisconsin Historical Society, WHS-28616 / Corine Vermeulen: © Corine Vermeulen, courtesy the artist and David Klein Gallery, Detroit / Donovan Wylie: © Donovan Wylie, courtesy the artist Lyrics credit: “This Land Is Your Land" Words and music by Woody Guthrie WGP/TRO—© Copyright 1956, 1958, 1970, 1972, and 1995 (copyrights renewed). Woody Guthrie Publications, Inc. & Ludlow Music, Inc., New York, NY. Administered by Ludlow Music, Inc. International copyright secured. Made in U.S.A. All rights reserved including public performance for profit. Used by permission.
Pier 24 Photography would like to acknowledge the following individuals and lenders for their assistance in making this exhibition possible: Emily Barresi Cecilia Borgenstam Candela Fine Art Printing Agnese Capalti Robin Crookall Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco General Graphics Rob Harteveldt Hannah Hughes Ethan Jones China Langford Carol and Mark Lerdal Rebecca Lukens Mark Ryan Fine Art Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco The Rennie Collection, Vancouver Eric Ruby Salon 94, New York Brenda Sharp Smith Andersen North Sterling Art Services Carrie Thompson And all of the artists included in this exhibition This publication would not have been possible without the generous contributions of the Pier 24 Photography volunteer and intern team. Creative Director: Allie Haeusslein Image Production Manager: Ry Allred Editorial Associate: Mari Iki Design: Bob Aufuldish, Aufuldish & Warinner Copy Editor: Lindsey Westbrook Installation Photography: Charles Villyard Print Management: Sprinkel Media Pier 24 Photography Staff Director: Christopher McCall Associate Director: Allie Haeusslein Head of Operations: Ry Allred Guest Services Manager: Mari Iki ISBN: 978–1–59711–003-7 Printed in the United States © 2018 Pier 24 Photography. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without the prior written permission of the publisher and copyright holders. Cover Image: An-My Lê, The Silent General: Fragment II, Fourth of July, Party Boat, Bayou St John, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017 Published in conjunction with the exhibition This Land at Pier 24 Photography, June 1, 2018–March 31, 2019
Nobody living can ever stop me,
As I go walking that freedom highway;
Nobody living can ever make me turn back
This land was made for you and me.