Twentysix Gasoline Cans
Publication date: March, 2012
Printed by McGreevy Pro Lab
© Joseph Putrock
Edition of 300
available through Small Batch Editions
Twentysix Gasoline Cans by Joseph Putrock is an homage to Ed Ruscha’s 1962 seminal book, Twentysix Gasoline Stations. This book contains 26 color images shot by Putrock over a 3 year period.
Twentysix Gasoline Cans is available for purchase for $20 for the book alone, or for $50 with a choice of one of two 8″x10″ digital c-prints by the artist. The two available prints are Hidden Gas Can (Option One - 20 available) and Hoader’s Can Can #1, Cohoes, NY (Option Two - 20 available).
About the artist
Joseph Putrock’s photographs are simple observations of everyday life. His photographs contain nothing but the objects or scenes that everyone encounters on a daily basis, and often times miss. He merely captures these simplicities, which may have gone unnoticed, and holds them up for further contemplation. Odd Juxtapositions, idiosyncratic colors, and humor are all elements that creep into these sometimes complex, and sometimes pedantic images.
For more information on Joseph Putrock, visit Stafford Contemporary.