About this work: from 1968 until 1972 Neil Folberg was a student of William Garnett and Ansel Adams at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1971 he received a President's Undergraduate Fellowship for field work in Yugoslav Macedonia to document land and life in a series of B&W images that were first exhibited at the Studio Gallery on campus, a photo workshop directed by Dave Bohn where among other notable photographers, Richard Misrach, Roger Minick and Margo Davis were working concurrently.
Vintage prints, when available, are toned gelatin silver prints
Contemporary prints are pigment prints on rag paper
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