Edward Ranney

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Overview

Edward Ranney (b. 1942, Chicago, IL)  is internationally renowned for his photographic documentation of earthworks, archeological sites, ancient landscapes and architecture.

 

Ranney is the recipient of numerous awards and grants including NEA grants (1974 and 1982), a Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship (1977) and Fulbright Fellowships (1964 and 1993). His work is represented in public and private collections including The Museum of Modern Art, New York and San Francisco; The Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe and Houston; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and The Art Institute of Chicago. His photographic books include Stonework of the Maya (1974), Monuments of the Inca (1982), Heights of Machu Picchu (1998), and Prairie Passage (1998).