Joel Sternfeld '65


A pioneer of polychromatic photography, Joel Sternfeld, Dartmouth Class of 1965, is best known for his exploration of human-altered landscapes in the United States, his shots of recent tragedies, and his images of degraded landscapes, including the Hart Island cemetery, where the homeless of New York City are buried. A native New Yorker, Sternfeld is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards including the Prix de Rome, the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, Japan’s Higashikawa Prize, and the National Endowment for the Arts Photographers Fellowship.

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