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Utilizing a variety of cameras, films, and processing techniques, Shumon Ahmed produces images of a poetic stillness and melancholy. In these works, the artist depicts
A central throughline in Doug Aitken’s genre-defying practice is the artist’s ongoing exploration of the encounters, connections, and frictions between individuals and
Presenting an apocalyptic twist on the tranquil landscapes that typically adorn restaurant walls, Chester Arnold’s daunting seascapes forewarn disaster close to home. In
Daniel Beltrá is a Seattle-based photographer who specializes in large-format aerial images that document the beauty and horror of man-made disasters like the Deepwater
Caribbean American artist Andrea Chung addresses issues of ecological stewardship and histories of colonialism through her work. The cyanotypes of Sea Change depict
Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood
The collaborative projects of Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood reflect a shared fascination with how we view, understand, and interact with the natural and material worlds.
The natural environment and related phenomena, particularly that of Denmark and Iceland, have long influenced Ólafur Eliasson’s practice. His sculptures and installations
Elizabeth Ellenwood is a photographer and diver whose work combines historical photographic techniques with the most pressing contemporary issues of environmentalism.
Adam Eli Feibelman
San Francisco–based Adam Eli Feibelman includes street art and raw data as two sources of inspiration for his incredibly detailed, hand-cut, multilayered stencil work,
Ana Teresa Fernández
Within the next century, sea levels are expected to rise at least six feet, threatening coastal communities locally and globally. Ana Teresa Fernández’s
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