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5: ROBERT GLENN KETCHUM 39 Aperture publishes The Tongass: Alaska’s Vanishing Rain Forest. The book is distributed to members of Congress and prints exhibited in the Senate Rotunda. Robert Redford offers Ketchum a three-year artist’s residency at his Sundance Institute in the mountains of Utah. ” 40 newly published Aperture monograph on the Tongass — just as Ansel Adams had worked those hallowed halls in 1936, his own prints in hand, to bring about the establishment of King’s Canyon National Park.

Opposite, top: Smith’s shot of Chaplin the director rolling on the floor “in exaggerated glee,” as Life phrased it, to show actors what he wants from them. Opposite, bottom: Chaplin the actor playing Calvero, the down-and-out comedian who is the central character in Limelight, in a Smith image Life chose not to publish. 57 FEW PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE HELD IN such high esteem as W. Eugene Smith. Smith’s admirers are hardly a cult of personality, though. The man was famously fractious, fighting his editors at Life and other magazines for every inch of ground — in both his photographs (do not crop) and the magazine layouts in which they appeared from the late 1930s through the early 1970s (today’s photographers would die for that kind of space).

I always want to be out in front of an issue,” he says, “so that the work, instead of being about sorrowful regret, can be 41 42 Aperture publishes 20-year retrospective of Ketchum’s work, The Legacy of Wildness: The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum. S. forest management. With ALC, funds the creation of Big Sur’s Limekiln State Park. 1994 Congress passes the sweeping Tongass Timber Reform Act, greatly reducing logging in the rainforest. Aperture publishes Ketchum’s Cuyahoga Valley work in Overlooked in America: The Success and Failure of Federal Land Management.

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