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Private Lives in Public Places cover
State Legislators at a Right to Life Prayer Meeting, 1979


I began to photograph the Utah political process (1974 to 1981), as the way of learning black & white photography.

Along this path I was to see many things, centered mainly around Utah's citizen legislature. This page contains links to a group of  80  photographs, that I have gathered together under the title of Private Lives in Public Places, a Utah Journal.

This collection of photographs was slated for an atrium exhibit during the fall of 1982 at the Salt Lake Art Center (presently named: Utah Museum of Contemporary Art).

Private Lives in Public Places is Available as a inexpensive 8x8 square sized print on demand book, or PDF from HP's MagCloud web site: MagCloud - 8x8 Square

And in a more expensive version using slightly larger, and better paper stock at Blurb:
Blurb - Standard Landscape


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Related Links:

The State of Utah

The Utah State Legislature

Salt Lake Art Center / Utah Museum of Contemporary Art


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Utah Glyphhenley/graphics
26 November 2014