Bing Wright’s work has always been an exploration of perspectives, materials and shapes. This latest exhibition marks the photographer’s return to color, not seen since his first series Windows (1989), where the viewer peered through symmetrical window frames set against against a white background to see landscapes distorted by rain, fog and dust.
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