This new body of work by British photographer Charles March marks a departure from his abstract photographs of trees and wooded landscapes to the sea. For this series, March focused on just one short stretch of the Atlantic coast off the Bahamian island of Eleuthera. The photographs in this exhibition were all shot here over four years and at different times of year. Author William Ewing writes in his foreword for the accompanying catalogue: There is great variety in this set of Charles March pictures. They are never entirely abstract: one perceives clearly what is land and what is water. Sometimes...
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