$10,000 toward the acquisition of the 1974 photographic work Location #66 for the museum’s permanent collection, overseen by museum curator Douglas Fogle. Huebler was an important figure in post-war American art and was involved in a variety of movements, including abstract expressionism, minimalism, and most notably conceptually-inspired photography. Many of his photographs document people participating in various activities. One of his most ambitious projects was the attempt to photograph everyone alive on the planet.
Walker Art Center