Gene Peach has been photographing landscapes and the cultures of New Mexico for more than twenty five decades. His latest publication, SANTA FE, observes the stunning physical beauty and cultures that are many-layered of the town. His goal was to honor Santa Fe because of beauty with soul and substance, and to create a publication that locals predict their own and can take care of. Writer Carmella Padilla writes, "Gene Peach digs deep, becoming under Santa Fe's earthen skin to depict her human heart. His Santa Fe is home..." A review in the Chicago Tribune concludes, "it is a gorgeous, luminous homage to one of those wonderful American cities." The Museum of New Mexico Press publishs the beautifully photography book and features an introduction by Christine Mather.
Gene's award-winning publication, Making a Hand: Growing Up Cowboy in New Mexico, essay by Max Evans and introduction by Elmer Kelton, pays tribute to the brand new generation of authentic working ranch and rodeo cowboys. It is published by the Museum of New Mexico Press and received a Historic Society of New Mexico award and also a Southwest Book Award.
Santa Fe Icons: Fifty Symbols of the City Different, '' from Camille Flores, is published by Globe Pequot Press.
Gene is currently working on book projects about older Tennessee mountain people (My Mother's People) and also Mississippi black women in the church (Dressing for your Lord).
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