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Is this historic Americana photo documentary Collection "collectible?"
Started by: signsofthetimes 
Posted at 7:00 pm, November 13 2010 UTC

The Collection was produced over 30 years,43 states and 95% of all the images are "gone forever!" from consumer and corporate cultre...billy tucker,curator
Signs are truly a "universal language" and general appeal to readers.

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The Signs of the Times Collection Is Now Available to Galleries,Museums,Publishers,Curators and Private Collectors

An historic fine art,photo realism anthology,the documentary Collection preserves American life and expressionism "gone forever" from American culture.

The entertaining and extraordinary Collection presents,and preserves a one-of-a-kind documentation of:
American expressionism
Consumer culture
Commercial folk art
Corporate culture; icons,billboards,advertising
Neon,urban & street art
Route 66
Humor & signspotting
The human condition
ArtSpan was recently selected to introduce The Signs of the Times.

Billy Tucker, the collection chief photographer and curator said:

"We are pleased to present the imagery from this unprecedented documentary collection from American life,consumer culture,commercial folkart and Americana."

Tucker's work may be more expansive than Walker Evans,Diane Arbus,Bourke-White,Bill Owens,Chuck Close,Bourke-White,Man Ray,Cartier-Breson,Bernice Abbott and other fine art photographers.
His imagery is unique in that it reflects many forms of art styles and artistic expression including:
still life
pop art
photo realism
See the entertaining coffee-table book at:

The entire collection may be previewed at:


NOTE:The images have NEVER been published!

Contact Billy Tucker,curator
PO Box 1614 Sarasota,Fla 34230


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