Digital photographs, taken from 2006 to 2013, documenting various aspects of California agriculture, including produce, irrigation,
industry, labor, livestock, and landscape views.
Biographical information from the website petergoin.com (visited Nov., 2022): "Peter Goin, Foundation Professor of Art at
the University of Nevada, Reno, produces photographs dealing with the long-term impact of culture and technology on the environment.
Using the language of the Fine Arts, Peter's work integrates history, architecture, urban planning, and the social and political
sciences in an interdisciplinary manner. He has published more than 20 books with such prestigious publishers as The Johns
Hopkins University Press, University of California Press, University of Chicago Press, University of Texas Press, the Center
for American Places, and Norton Publishers. Peter's work is included in more than 43 major collections."
"Peter's photographs have been exhibited in more than fifty museums nationally and internationally, and he is the recipient
of two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. His video work has earned him an EMMY nomination as well as the Best Experimental
Video Award at the 2001 New York International Film & Video Festival. At the turn of the new century, Peter was awarded the
Nevada Governor's Millennium Arts Award for Excellence in the Arts."
: digital TIFF files (250 GB)
REPRODUCTION ALLOWED only for private study, scholarship, or research per Title 17, Section 108 of US Code. Requests for permission
to publish must be directed to the copyright holder, Peter Goin.
Collection is open for research; available online via the UC Berkeley Library Digital Collections website.