Rebecca Norris Webb

Website - WebbNorrisWebb.co

Originally a poet, Rebecca Norris Webb has published three photography books that explore the complicated relationship between people and the natural world — The Glass Between Us, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba (with Alex Webb), and My Dakota, which interweaves her text and photographs from her home state of South Dakota. My Dakota was selected as one of best photography books of 2012 by PDN, Photo-Eye, and Time. Her work has been exhibited widely, including at the MFA, Boston, Robert Klein Gallery, Boston, Ricco/Maresca Gallery, NYC. Her work has appeared in Time, The New Yorker, National Geographic, and Le Monde Magazine. Teaching workshops with Alex for Aperture, MCNY, among others, the Webbs are working on a book of essays and photographs, On Street Photography and the Poetic Image (Aperture, 2014). Her second joint photography book with Alex, Memory City, will be published in spring 2014 (Radius Books).

Rebecca Norris Webb, Badlands Reflection
The Collection
Badlands Reflection

Badlands, South Dakota, 2013

Rebecca Norris Webb, Wild Burros
The Collection
Wild Burros

South Dakota, 2013

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Rebecca Norris Webb, The Sky Below
The Collection
The Sky Below

South Dakota, 2007

Rebecca Norris Webb, Storm Light
The Collection
Storm Light

South Dakota, 2011

Rebecca Norris Webb, State Map
The Collection
State Map

South Dakota, 2005

Rebecca Norris Webb, Stained Glass
The Collection
Stained Glass

South Dakota, 2006

Rebecca Norris Webb, Rearview Mirror
The Collection
Rearview Mirror

South Dakota, 2009

Rebecca Norris Webb, Pronghorn
The Collection
Pronghorn

South Dakota, 2009

Rebecca Norris Webb, Poet’s House
The Collection
Poet's House

South Dakota, 2009

Rebecca Norris Webb, Mule Deer
The Collection
Mule Deer

South Dakota, 2006

Rebecca Norris Webb, Morning Snow
The Collection
Morning Snow

South Dakota, 2009

Rebecca Norris Webb, Kitchen Window
The Collection
Kitchen Window

South Dakota, 2005

Rebecca Norris Webb, Homestead Blizzard
The Collection
Homestead Blizzard

South Dakota, 2010

Rebecca Norris Webb, Front Door
The Collection
Front Door

South Dakota, 2010

Rebecca Norris Webb, Fall River Bridge
The Collection
Fall River Bridge

South Dakota, 2006

Rebecca Norris Webb, Curtains
The Collection
Curtains

South Dakota, 2008

Rebecca Norris Webb, Crack
The Collection
Crack

South Dakota, 2007

Rebecca Norris Webb, Buffalo Roundup
The Collection
Buffalo Roundup

South Dakota, 2007

Rebecca Norris Webb, Blackbirds
The Collection
Blackbirds

South Dakota, 2006

Rebecca Norris Webb, Bird Dogs
The Collection
Bird Dogs

South Dakota, 2006

Rebecca Norris Webb, Badlands
The Collection
Badlands

South Dakota, 2010

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