• 975 Chung King Road
  • Los Angeles, CA, 90012
  • United States

The earth’s landscapes are both eternal and ever-changing. Human activity in the Anthropocene has reworked the character of the topography in majestic, surreal, and troubling ways. Salt flats, strip mines, and the cracks of dry lake beds offer mysterious, often painterly surfaces that tether the universe to intimate experience. Dust on the horizon, in the air, and under our feet catches the light, refracts and radiates. These three artists use photography and photogenic means to both depict and evoke the visual and geological territory of the new terrestrial normal.

Chungking Studio: www.chungkingstudio.com
Cristopher Cichocki: www.cristophersea.com
Jay Mark Johnson: www.jaymarkjohnson.com
Osceola Refetoff: www.ospix.com

Exhibition runs from January 7 - February 11, 2017.