Everyone interested in 20th century photography has seen the one or two pictures by Kenneth Josephson that always make it into anthologies, and probably no more. So the Koch Gallery performs a great service in presenting a substantial show of his work.
Josephson studied with Minor White and was closely associated with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. Posthumously, they have each eclipsed Josephson in reputation, but even some of his early work maintains a currency that theirs lacks. So called "conceptual photography," of which Josephson counts as a founding figure, is a going thing today.Read the complete review in The San Francisco Chronicle.