Emmet Gowin (b. 1941), one of the most original and influential photographers of his generation, is known for constantly reinventing his working methods along with his subject matter—and also for his sensitivity to the deep historical life of images. The Morgan Library & Museum presents a unique look at Gowin’s wide-ranging work in relation to the museum’s celebrated collections in a new exhibition, Hidden Likeness: Photographer Emmet Gowin at the Morgan. On view through September 20, the show includes 59 images by Gowin and 55 objects from the Morgan, selected by the photographer in a celebration of affinities that transcend time and space. Gowin’s work includes searching portraits of his wife, Edith, and their extended family; “working landscapes” where nature and humanity have shaped one another

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