LINDA BUTLER Linda Butler’s photographs have been exhibited widely, including at the Whit- ney Museum of American Art, Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, and Yoko- hama Museum of Art in Japan. Her work has been collected by numerous museums, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Cleveland Museum of Art, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Her books include Inner Light: The Shaker Legacy (1985), Rural Japan: Radiance of the Ordina1992 ry ( ), Italy: In the Shadow of Time (1998), and Yangtze Remembered: The River Beneath the Lake 2004 ( ). Republic of Apples, Democracy of Oranges contains work from two of But- ler’s portfolios that document momentous events, one caused by man and the other not. YANGTZE REMEMBERED e Y Th angtze River is the third longest river in the world. It originates in the high plateaus of Tibet, in southwestern China, and empties into the East China Sea 3,950 miles downstream. The city of Shanghai is built on a delta at its mouth. Between 2000 and 2003, Butler made seven trips to China to photograph the transformation of the Yangtze River Valley while the Three Gorges Dam was under construction. In 2003, with the dam’s
Manoa – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: May 10, 2019
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