From the CPW website:
Mark Citret is a San Francisco based photographer who studied under the visionary artist Ruth Bernhard. He makes his living as an architectural and fine art photographer and teacher at the Universities of California at Berkley and Santa Cruz. Citret had the good fortune to have worked with Ansel Adams, both in the field and in the darkroom. Citret has photographed extensively in New York’s Catskill Mountains, California, the National Parks, Italy, France, and the Czech Republic. His work is represented and shown by Howard Greenberg Gallery in NYC, Paul Kopeikin Gallery in LA, Weston Gallery in CA, and Halsted Gallery in Birmingham, MI, additionally his images are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, New Orleans Museum of Art, and University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography. An exquisite monograph of his photographs, Along the Way, was published in 1999 and his most recent book, Halcott Center, a Catskill Mountain Valley was published in 2004. His website is http://www.mcitret.com
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