"Arthur Frank has contributed so much to the preservation of the heritage of the west with his wonderful photographs. He has been able to capture images of what the west represents, and in each of his photos, you can feel what it was and continues to be .He is able to frame the soul of the rodeo and the determination of the cowboys as they compete and participate in events that have their roots in...
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Publisher: powerHouse Books (November 1, 2005)
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d working ranches. Arthur is a tremendous artist who has earned a place as one of the most accomplished photographers of the western spirit." (United States Senator Craig Thomas of Wyoming) After reading a front-page article in The New York Times about the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, Arthur Frank took a week off from work to travel around Wyoming, photographing whatever rodeos he could find. Once there, he found the culture of the American cowboy very much alive and kicking. Although their practical skills remain essential to modern ranching, it is the rodeo where their trade is praised, perpetuating the myth and mystique of Americas rough and rugged iconthe cowboy. Cowboy Up, Franks first monograph, presents photographs taken at more than fifty rodeosincluding high school, college, and womens competitions in addition to professional rodeosin Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota, Nevada,Arizona, Calgary, Alberta, even Binghamton, New York. As a former football and rugby player from New York City, Frank approached the roundup with an athletes understanding, while his profession provided distance from the clichés associated with the sport. With photographs that capture the vigorous physicality of one of the worlds most erratic and dangerous sports, Cowboy Up delves deeply into the modern cowboys life, capturing riders during the jittery wait before the roundup, and back at the ranch, engaging in work that tamed the Wild West. Franks outsider perspective and insider access combine to provide a humanistic yet dynamic and inspiring view into a lifestyle that has become an American legend.