A REFLECTIVE MOOD:
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A REFLECTIVE MOOD:
“Drive in Trees” is part of Fee’s “Photographs of America” series, capturing remainders of the American Century. (James Fee / Robert Brinkmann)
THE BUYER:
Brinkmann, a cinematographer, says Fee’s photography “had something to say about who we are and where we live.” He stands beside Fee’s “USS United States,” hanging in his home. (Gary Friedman / LAT)
THE ARTIST:
Brinkmann took this photo of Fee in the photographer’s studio in 2006. Fee was determined to keep working during his fight with cancer. (Robert Brinkmann)
LAST GLIMPSES:
Fee’s final series, shot during several California road trips, includes “Joshua Tree Valley.” He pursued the series after being diagnosed with cancer. He died in September at 57. (James Fee / Robert Brinkmann)
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The image at left is from Fee’s Eastern State Penitentiary series, shot in Philadelphia. (James Fee / Robert Brinkmann)
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“Masterpiece Underwater” is from the Peleliu series, taken in the South Pacific. (James Fee / Robert Brinkmann)
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