11 October 2005
Wonderwall/Alligators and Vista from Monorail Station Wonderwall, New Orleans World Exposition, 1984.
Two gelatin silver prints, signed and titled in pencil, matted, framed and glazed.
16 x 20 in. each (407 x 508 mm).
"In 1975, Wagner began to photograph architecture, focusing on building sites, small industry, and vernacular structures. Wagner's photographs document the changing American landscape and explore sociological and political ideas about change and culture. In 1979, she began to photograph the construction of the George Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Five years later, she photographed the Louisiana World Exposition in New Orleans" (Union List of Artist Names Online). (2)
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