Traces, Montana’s Frontier Re-visited
New Photographs by Richard S. Buswell
By Richard S. Buswell (photographer), Julian Cox (foreward), and Barbra Koostra (introduction)
Dedicated to photography since the early 1970’s, Richard Buswell’s photographs bring the elements of time, memory, and Montana history together. Traces, Montana’s Frontier Re-visited is an intimate, poetic collection of abstract pattern seen in landscapes and everyday objects. Buswell creates a visual record of his surroundings just as Eugene Aget and Walker Evans presented photos recording their respective times and cultures. This beautifully printed softbound book includes an introduction by Julian Cox, Curator of Photography at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Ga. The volume brings together 54 images originally exhibited at the University of Montana in 2007. The exhibition went on to travel nationally in Logan, Utah; Dillon, Mont.; Springfield, Mass.; and Lincoln, Neb.
74 pages, 8 ½” x 6”