Monte Nagler's Michigan Book features 92 pages of black and white photos capturing the breadth and beauty of the state from the Keweenaw Peninsula and the falls and forests of the Western Upper Peninsula to urban and industrial Metro Detroit.
Nagler studied with famed photographer Ansel Adams. Nagler's photographs, which have won numerous worldwide, national & international recognitions, are found in many private, public and art museum collections including the Detroit Institute of Arts, Grand Rapids Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and the Center for Creative Photography.
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