The Robert Koch Gallery‘s 2019-2020 season celebrates their 40 year anniversary with programing that reflects the breadth of work the gallery has exhibited and acquired during its history. The anniversary programing continues this month, pairing John Beasley Greene, active in the early 1850s, and contemporary artist Adam Katseff. Though the appearance of Greene’s and Katseff’s work is quite different, both artists explore the landscape with a minimalist modern aesthetic. With his investigations of archeological sites in Egypt and Algeria, Greene is recognized as one of the most significant landscape photographers, not only of the 19th century, but of the medium’s...
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