En Route to New Orleans, 1971-1974, from the series Los Alamos, 1965-1974￼ © Eggleston Artistic Trust / Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London Memphis, 1965-1968, from the series Los Alamos, 1965-1974￼ © Eggleston Artistic Trust / Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London William Eggleston is often dubbed the godfather of color photography. Early in his career, he broke away from the norm of photographing solely in black and white. While experimenting with color film and dyeing techniques, he embraced the rich saturation of hues he found in color photography. For more than 50 years, he has used his art to capture and transform everyday moments in the American landscape. A chronicle of his travels across the US from 1966 through 1974, Los Alamos is one of Eggleston’s iconic series. The photos are quintessentially American, and a vibrant depiction of a moment in time. They’re a testament to Eggleston’s innovative and highly personal methodology. Los Alamos is on display in Amsterdam now. – William Eggleston: Los Alamos runs until June 7, 2017 at Foam. Foam Keizersgracht 609 1017 DS Amsterdam The Netherlands TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 49 Checked Out Why is hotel art so boring? Arts & Culture Issue 49 Cult Rooms The history—and future—of Luna Luna Park. Arts & Culture Issue 49 Last Night What did gallerist Selma Modéer Wiking do with her evening? Arts & Culture Issue 47 Thanks, I Hate It How to give feedback to art friends. Arts & Culture Issue 46 Puff Piece On inflatable art. Arts & Culture Issue 44 Hannah Traore The art world's next big thing is a gallerist.