This week I have a short notice about Bill Owens iconic photography series Suburbia currently on exhibition at BYU's Museum of Art. If you have not had the chance to visit this particular museum due to it's location, you are without question missing out on one of the best museums in the Western U.S.
In 1972, Bill Owens took a camera and explored Livermore, Calif., every Saturday for one year, resulting in one of the most well-known series of photos on contemporary American life: Suburbia. Owens captured a time and place that seemed to illustrate the American Dream of the early ’70s generation, where suburbanites’ social mobility and economic comfort were valued above most everything else. . . more >>>