Eggleston’s Garage Building
From his Los Alamos Project, William Eggleston’s 1965 dye transfer print, Untitled (Garage Building), is only available through Monday morning.
The Los Alamos Project takes its title from the Los Alamos laboratory for the development of atomic weapons, which Eggleston saw while driving through New Mexico. In its original concept, the Los Alamos images would be shown only as a group, with no commentary, titles, or representational hierarchy. “I had this notion of what I called a democratic way of looking around, that nothing was more or less important,” Eggleston has said.