Edward Burtynsky, renowned for his sublime images investigating natural landscapes transformed by human interference, is currently the subject of an exhibition at Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles. The subjects in Industrial Abstract—international copper, gold, salt mining and lumber operations—are translated into large-scale, sweeping aerials of otherworldly geometries and intoxicating swathes of color.
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