George Tice is one of the great photographers. His aesthetic is grounded in simplicity and elegance. Working with the 8×10 view camera, Tice brought his keen eye to bear on the urban landscape of New Jersey. His photograph Hudson River Pier, Jersey City, New Jersey 1979 is the single finest visual epitaph of The World Trade Center. And of course, his masterpiece, Petit’s Mobil Station, Cherry Hill November 1974 stands as one of the great photographs of the last century. All of his work needs your attention. Start here: The Peter Fetterman Gallery. And the trailer for a new documentary on Tice can be seen here.