Several photographers here deserve our attention, beginning with the landscapes of Mario Giacomelli, who was also a painter and poet. Although his images are suffused with abstraction, their perfect composition nevertheless demands our respect. In addition to photographs by the superstar of contemporary art, Edward Burtynsky, we see the rigorous geometry work of Bill Jacobson. Here, the right angle is king. The Robert Klein Gallery will also exhibit eight vintage photographs by Francesca Woodman and other modern photographs by Irving Penn.
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