Richard Rothman is an American photographer and Guggenheim Fellow.
His work has been published in big name American magazines and newspapers such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, Time, The Village Voice and is included in permanent collections of important museums and institutions worldwide (e.g. MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Center for Creative Photography, ICP - International Center of Photography).
His work as presented in the phobook form is of rather classical craft, mixing landscapes, portraits, buildings and home interiors to tell the stories of the people he visits and meets.
He has published "Redwood Saw" (Nazraeli Press, 2011) and "Town of C" (Stanley / Barker, 2021).
© Portrait (uncreditied) taken from the lensculture website
Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " Richard Rothman's Town of C is a photographic meditation on what lies beneath the unsettling surface of American culture, as seen through the lens of a small town along the Front Range of Southern Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Rooted in the tradition of the socially critical photography books that have taken America as...