From Carolyn Marsden’s review from the Rhode Island Monthly:
In an age when Instagram interrupts every party, people use Skype in public places and cameras record us running red lights, it can feel as if photography is following us, and it’s not always pretty. So, it’s refreshing to see the impressive new show, “America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now” exhibited at the RISD museum through Jan. 13. This show, in part a tribute to treasured RISD professor and artist Joe Deal, deftly demonstrates the breadth of landscape photography within the museum’s collection and beyond. And the prints are really, really good.