The new exhibition of Andrew Moore at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles is titled Dirt Meridian, coinciding with a book of the same name published by Damiani Editore. The “Meridian” of the title refers to the 100th meridian, the longitude that neatly bisects the country and has long been considered the dividing line between the fertile green East and dry brown West of the United States. Much of the meridian traverses America’s “flyover country”, those remote and sparsely populated landscapes with a long history of repeated drought and failed dreams. Set within the context of that harsh backdrop, the photographs not only portray the […]
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