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  • Neither in her photographs nor in her gruff, taciturn manner did Groover signal to strangers that she might possess a sense of humor.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • An underrated show in 2003 of small ink-jet prints at Janet Borden indicated Groover was learning how to make digital color that resembled the thick, chalky substance of pastel.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • Matthew Whitworth, an ex-student and now an associate at the Janet Borden Gallery, which represents Groover, recalls how she would fortify herself for class by arriving with packs of cigarettes and a stack of four coffees that would be arranged on her desk like one of her still lifes.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • Whatever prejudices may have existed seem to have been overcome by Groover's craft and old-fashioned convictions.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • This honor surprised Groover herself, for MoMA's mighty director of the Department of Photographs, John Szarkowski, was commonly believed to favor the spontaneity and realism of social documentary and to disregard tightly controlled picture-making in a studio setting.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • The American photographer Jan Groover, who died in France over New Year's weekend at age 68, trained as a painter and in many respects never ceased to be one.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • Indeed, one of Groover's mottos was "form is everything."

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • Lander Glover, a chef at the original for 15 years, is in the kitchen with the executive chef, Angela Groover.

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  • As younger photographers have turned sharply away from formalism, Groover has seemed easy to ignore.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • You had to go back to Paul Strand's Cubist-inspired abstractions or László Moholy-Nagy's experiments at the Bauhaus to find photographs comparably austere, intricate, humble, perplexing and sensual as Groover's table-top still-lifes of kitchen utensils or her displays of colored pots and bottles.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

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