John Gossage

Photographic Print
February 1969
Artworks - Height: 14" Width: 11"
A black and white portrait of a man wearing wire rim glasses with dark hair that is messily hanging to the left of his face. He is also wearing a white collared shirt.
Historical Context:
John Gossage is an American photographer from Staten Island, New York City. The first major publication was his work, entitled “The Pond” (1985), which was done at a photography school in a city on the edge of nature, near a pond meant to represent the famous Walden Pond from Henry David Thoreau’s book Walden. It is claimed to be one of the most influential photography books of the last three decades.